Innovations Spotlight

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Innovation in Our DNA: A Six-Part Series

03/01/2021

Innovation in Our DNA: A Six-Part Series

Innovation was in Cleveland Clinic’s DNA long before it was established in 1921. Co-founder George W. Crile, MD, was already a leading surgeon in the United States in 1906, when he performed a pioneering human-to-human blood transfusion. He would help create the American College of Surgeons in 1913 and was recognized as the father of physiological surgery, specializing in surgical shock.
 


A Century of Care - Growth through Innovation

02/25/2021

A Century of Care - Growth through Innovation

Innovation at Cleveland Clinic fosters this core value daily – promoting the unyielding advances of our caregiver base. With pride, we continue the tradition of innovation and recognize our activities are made possible through its presence in our DNA. Learn more about the enterprise’s culture of innovation through th episode, our forthcoming this timeline of enterprise breakthroughs .


Where Are They Now? Top 10 for 2011

02/22/2021

Where Are They Now? Top 10 for 2011

Every year, Cleveland Clinic releases its list of the Top 10 Medical Innovations for the year that follows. Recently approved or up-and-coming in the space, these solutions grabbed the attention of our thought leaders for the waves they were making in medicine. But what happens to these innovations after they’re rolled out on stage? Join us as we move back through time and ask of the Top 10 Medical Innovations, ‘Where Are They Now?’


At The Heart of Innovation: Q&A w/ Cardiovascular Thought Leaders – Samir Kapadia, MD

02/22/2021

At The Heart of Innovation: Q&A w/ Cardiovascular Thought Leaders – Samir Kapadia, MD

Nearly two years ago, when Samir Kapadia, MD, was appointed to Department Chair of the Robert and Suzanne Tomsich Department of Cardiovascular Medicine in the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute, he couldn’t have been happier with the chance to foster the culture that has kept Cleveland Clinic the highest-ranking hospital in heart care since 1995. A proponent of feeding research interests alongside day-to-day care, Dr. Kapadia’s leadership inspires the department to put its best, most creative foot forward. In short, he preaches optimal treatment of patients with the solutions of today, alongside development of those required to treat the patients of tomorrow.   


Morgenthaler Catalyst Award

02/18/2021

Morgenthaler Catalyst Award

A venture capital ‘founding father,’ David T. Morgenthaler built a powerful legacy turning ideas into solutions for the betterment of society. Through honesty, integrity, pragmatism, and steadfast devotion to education, innovation, entrepreneurship, and the arts, Morgenthaler created and contributed to companies of value for true impact in healthcare and beyond.
 


View Now! Community Innovation: Increasing Access

02/17/2021

View Now! Community Innovation: Increasing Access

2020 changed everything – bringing with it much needed clarity in healthcare. The year served as a magnifier to areas and issues in desperate need of creative solutions – solutions driven by the intent to deliver care where people are, right at home. However, the distribution of said solutions has been far from universal – presenting challenging for some of those who need them most. For both COVID-19 and underlying health issues, cohorts of community members and enterprise leaders are pooling their knowledge and resources to deliver care, address the issues that matter most, and build communities back up for their most vulnerable patients.


At The Heart of Innovation: Q&A w/ Cardiovascular Thought Leaders – Nancy Albert, PhD

02/17/2021

At The Heart of Innovation: Q&A w/ Cardiovascular Thought Leaders – Nancy Albert, PhD

A powerful female presence in a male-dominated field, Nancy Albert, PhD, CCNS, CHFN, CCRN, NE-BC, FAHA, FCCM, FHFSA, FAAN, is an innovator if there ever was one. The Associate Chief Nursing Officer for Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Nursing Research and Innovation, and a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Cleveland Clinic’s Kaufman Center for Heart Failure in the Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute, Dr. Albert balances research and clinical responsibilities like only the caregivers of this enterprise know how. 


New on Health Amplified: Tackling the Pandemic from a Military Perspective

02/15/2021

New on Health Amplified: Tackling the Pandemic from a Military Perspective

Bill Peacock has served as Chief of Operations at Cleveland Clinic since 2009. Under his guidance, Operations is tasked with ensuring every facility is designed and operating at optimal levels to address patient needs from the moment they step through our door to the moment they leave – this includes everything from supplies, functional operations, clinical equipment, food services, patient transportation, environmental services, parking services, safety and security, and more. With a wide umbrella of responsibility, it comes as no surprise that Peacock played a key role in the organization’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Celebrating Black History Month & Patricia Bath, MD

02/12/2021

Celebrating Black History Month & Patricia Bath, MD

Black history and culture are multifaceted and dynamic – exampled by resilience, ability to subvert systems designed to exclude, and courage to build seats at tables with mere fragments of chairs. The diversity of backgrounds held by Black lives lend inspired and creative perspectives that continue to push societies, organizations, and industries forward. And though the tales and achievements of a community cannot be reduced to the success of one individual, to celebrate Black History Month through this office’s lens of innovation, we’ve chosen to highlight Patricia Bath, MD – inventive legend, and the first Black woman to receive a medical patent.


At The Heart of Innovation: Q&A w/ Cardiovascular Thought Leaders – Marc Gillinov, MD

02/08/2021

At The Heart of Innovation: Q&A w/ Cardiovascular Thought Leaders – Marc Gillinov, MD

Marc Gillinov, MD, made a commitment to cardiovascular innovation at a young age. A high school intern at Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Gillinov received his introduction to heart surgery from none other than skilled surgeon, serial innovator, and former Cleveland Clinic President & CEO, Toby Cosgrove, MD. 


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