Cleveland Clinic launches its ‘Connected’ programme

ABU DHABI, Cleveland Clinic has launched a robust programme of collaborative support to enable hospitals and healthcare organisations around the world to connect with the global health system’s clinical and operational experts to enhance patient care and distinguish themselves within their markets.

The goal of the Cleveland Clinic Connected programme is to build a global network of independent, like-minded, quality-focused organisations that have a positive impact on patient care. Experts from Cleveland Clinic will work with hospitals and health systems to ensure the highest standards of patient care delivery, enhancing operational efficiencies and supporting the professional development and education of clinical and non-clinical staff.

“Cleveland Clinic Connected will allow us to share our expertise in quality, safety and patient experience to reach more people across the globe,” said Tom Mihaljevic, M.D., CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic. “We have a responsibility to bring the best care to patients — regardless of where they live — because everyone deserves high quality healthcare. By working with hospitals and health systems aligned with our mission, we can take steps to honour that commitment.”

Physicians at member institutions will be able to request secondary assessments of complex cases through physician-to-physician consultations with any of Cleveland Clinic’s 6,000 experts. In addition, member institutions can access the Cleveland Clinic’s continuous quality improvement and advisory services, plus education and training including clinical observership programmes. The knowledge transfer will be tailored to the priorities and needs of member institutions with non-clinical education opportunities available for administrative and operations staff.

Physicians at member institutions will be able to request secondary assessments of complex cases through physician-to-physician consultations with any of Cleveland Clinic’s 6,000 experts. In addition, member institutions can access the Cleveland Clinic’s continuous quality improvement and advisory services, plus education and training including clinical observership programmes. The knowledge transfer will be tailored to the priorities and needs of member institutions with non-clinical education opportunities available for administrative and operations staff.

Source: Emirates News Agency

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