After the pandemic halted a neurologist’s shared medical appointments for patients with autonomic disorders, he took them virtual — and discovered they could yield more benefits than he’d bargained for.Read More
While the idea of working from home may initially feel like a welcome break from clinical work, social distancing and telecommuting may not be easy for providers during a public health crisis like COVID-19. Physical therapist Mary Morrison, PT, DScPT, gives strategies on how to maintain healthy habits and productivity while working remotely.
Providing the best overall patient experience involves all caregivers at Cleveland Clinic, including the Operations staff. CQD talks to three senior directors in Operations to find out what they do to ensure that patients feel safe and supported and leave feeling they’ve had a good experience.
Cleveland Clinic cardiologists provide insight on results of a new study that evaluated the association of actigraphy-measured sleep parameters with subclinical atherosclerosis in an asymptomatic middle-aged population. In a busy world, they also offer some practical sleep hygiene advice.
A clinical psychologist discusses how mindfulness can bring stillness in everyday tasks.
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In this short video, Adrienne Boissy, MD, Chief Experience Officer, explains why empathy matters in healthcare ― to our patients, to fellow caregivers and to ourselves.
Find out why sports medicine physician Dominic King, DO, believes technology has the potential to enhance the physician experience more than we may even realize.
End-of-life care is part of medicine; it is part of life. And it is our job to be good stewards. Dr. Sofya Asfaw explains.
You may feel that you are suffering alone. But you aren’t. Dr. Michael Parker shares his experience with physician burnout and offers tips for coping.
Whether you are the mentor or the mentee, the relationship is equally important. We asked three members of our Women’s Professional Staff Association, “What qualities makes the best mentor-mentee relationship?”
Having meaningful conversations with patients about their end-of-life wishes ‘demonstrates respect’ says Laura Shoemaker, DO, of Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Connected Care. Learn more in this Q&A.