Healthcare is a team sport. And you – the patient – are the No. 1 draft pick. It’s your body, your health, your life. Why shouldn’t you have a voice – and a strong one – in your own care?
As 2013 winds down, we’re all wondering: What will the government do for healthcare -- and what will healthcare do for the people of the United States.
A new computer-assisted, personalized sedation station aims to bring the cost of life-saving colonoscopies and other screenings down.
Technology has touched every facet of medicine. It’s helped us diagnose, prevent, monitor and treat patients. And we’re only becoming more technologically dependent.
Think of a Patient-Centered Medical Home like a football team, where every member has a position to play. They win by working to keep you healthy.
You have probably heard a lot of heated debate about the future of healthcare. But what do coming changes really mean for you, the patient?
Cleveland Clinic CEO and President, Delos M. Cosgrove, MD, discusses how partnership with retailers, including Lowe’s and Walmart, has lowered costs while improving quality.
Cleveland Clinic’s innovative, team-based approach to healthcare is lauded in a major New York Times editorial for being patient-friendly and improving the quality of care — all while cutting costs.
Cleveland Clinic President and CEO, Delos M. Cosgrove, MD, discusses how Cleveland Clinic has cut costs without sacrificing patient care. He explains how this is part of a larger, national effort of healthcare organizations to be leaner and more efficient.
When you hear about the staggering cost of healthcare, you may not think there’s much you can do about it. But Kathryn Teng, MD, says there is a lot you can do. Explore the commitment that you and your doctor make when you agree to focus together on your health.