Innovations Spotlight

No. 3 Medical Innovation for 2019: Expanded Window for Acute Stroke Intervention

11/14/2018

No. 3 Medical Innovation for 2019: Expanded Window for Acute Stroke Intervention

The Top 10 Medical Innovations for the next year are released each year at the conclusion of the Medical Innovation Summit, and 2018 was no different. #1 on the list for 2019 was Expanded Window for Acute Stroke Intervention.


No. 2 Medical Innovation for 2019: The Advent of AI in Healthcare

11/13/2018

No. 2 Medical Innovation for 2019: The Advent of AI in Healthcare

The Top 10 Medical Innovations for the next year are released each year at the conclusion of the Medical Innovation Summit, and 2018 was no different. #1 on the list for 2019 was The Advent of AI in Healthcare. 


Top 10 Update: Ketamine for Treatment-Resistant Depression

11/08/2018

Top 10 Update: Ketamine for Treatment-Resistant Depression

In 2016, the use of Ketamine for Treatment-Resistent Depression was name #7 on the Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2017. There is now a Cleveland Clinic-led trial being conducted to test its effectiveness as compared to electroconvulsive therapy.


Dr. Eng Receives Prestigious Medal of Honor from American Cancer Society

11/07/2018

Dr. Eng Receives Prestigious Medal of Honor from American Cancer Society

Dr. Eng, who also is an American Cancer Society Clinical Research Professor, received the American Cancer Society’s Medal of Honor, the organization’s highest award, on October 18, 2018, in Washington, D.C. She was honored alongside four others who also “have made advances of unique magnitude in the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, cure, and prevention of cancer and whose professional careers have engendered widespread feelings of admiration and respect.”


No. 1 Medical Innovation for 2019: Alternative Therapy for Pain

11/06/2018

No. 1 Medical Innovation for 2019: Alternative Therapy for Pain

The Top 10 Medical Innovations for the next year are released each year at the conclusion of the Medical Innovation Summit, and 2018 was no different. #1 on the list for 2019 was Alternative Therapy for Pain: Fighting the Opoid Crisis. 


Everyone Needs a Mentor #DayOfTheGirl

10/20/2018

Everyone Needs a Mentor #DayOfTheGirl

In 2011, the United Nations named October 11 as the Day of the Girl Child. In the United States, we have the Day of the Girl, a 100 percent youth-led movement for gender justice and youth activism. Day of the Girl falls during U.S. National Health IT (NHIT) Week, which is fitting as one of the NHIT Week points of engagement is increasing economic opportunities. In order to do so, it is important to build a robust, diverse workforce, especially in healthcare.


10 Reasons Not to Miss the 2018 Medical Innovation Summit

10/03/2018

10 Reasons Not to Miss the 2018 Medical Innovation Summit

The Medical Innovation Summit, October 22-24, brings together thought leaders and their passion about healthcare.  And it is our goal to not only connect these individuals but to celebrate the innovation that is happening here and around the world. Discussions are curated with the goal of igniting the disruption our patients need now. The MIS2018 agenda is filled with lively panel discussions, enlightening keynotes, and world-class networking.
 


MIS2018 Track Preview: Digital Innovation in Healthcare Investment Forum

09/20/2018

MIS2018 Track Preview: Digital Innovation in Healthcare Investment Forum

Delve deeper into the world of healthcare investment with our multifaceted brass track. Digital transformation is driving innovative solutions that seek to improve outcomes, lower costs, and optimize the care experience for both patients and caregivers. Learn how entrepreneurs, investors and health system leaders are working together to address some of healthcare's greatest opportunities for disruption.


MIS2018 Panel Preview: Envisioning & Executing a System that Works for Everyone

09/18/2018

MIS2018 Panel Preview: Envisioning & Executing a System that Works for Everyone

The healthcare landscape is vast and ever changing, but also anchored in its ways. We've come up with ways to treat cancer, better surgery protocols, and even used augmented reality to assist with face transplants. But with all of this innovation, the industry is siloed, costs can be astronomical, and doctors are burnt out. Now, patients are demanding better care, better outcomes, and more affordability from their healthcare providers.


MIS2018 Sneak Preview: Disruption is on its way

09/10/2018

MIS2018 Sneak Preview: Disruption is on its way

The word “disruption” is not new to the medical innovation lexicon. We’ve used it to describe breakthrough innovations that have changed the way we treat patients for a given disease, or for new policies like the electronic medical record mandate or the Affordable Care Act. And while we’ve seen healthcare impacted by these forces, Cleveland Clinic sees more change lies ahead.


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