‘A Model of Where We Need to Go’

NY Times sees Cleveland Clinic as leader in new kind of care

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The lead editorial in the New York Times is the most prestigious space in American journalism. On Dec. 25, 2012, the New York Times’ lead editorial was entirely devoted to Cleveland Clinic and its unique model of medicine.
With the headline, “Approaching Illness as a Team,” the New York Times hailed Cleveland Clinic (“long considered a premier medical system”) for “innovation in improving the quality of care while holding down costs.” It praised Cleveland Clinic’s institutes model of medicine and gave examples of how Cleveland Clinic teamwork is improving outcomes, holding down costs and improving patient satisfaction.

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  • Tiger

    Good quality of medical care is the best cost control tool.

  • Michelle Bedard-Sauter

    The Cleveland Clinic is a first class facility, with dedicated pyhsicians and staff that demonstrate empathy in evertthing they do. I have been there three times this year from Toronto Canada, and have found them a committed team, that I look forward to working with as I continue on my medical journey.