Items tagged as "Health Care"
November Is Palliative Care Awareness Month and Experts Debunk Common Myths Palliative care, a specialized, multidisciplinary team approach to caring for seriously ill people and their families, is often reduced to end-of-life care. This misconception has led to palliative care involvement being introduced late in an illness, when its [...]Created by Dana Sparks
In the #FutureofHealthCare blog, we will share Mayo’s perspective on the most important issues facing health care and put the spotlight on examples of change from which we can all learn. We'll share examples from Mayo Clinic, but will not be limited to the work of our organization. We will build [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Mayo Clinic President and CEO John Noseworthy, M.D., issued the following statement in reaction to the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s vote to approve Medicare payment legislation that would repeal the Sustainable Growth Rate and lead to a reimbursement system focused on health care quality: “Mayo Clinic commends the House Energy and [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Mayo calls for system that rewards quality, value at all levels of care; seeks SGR repeal
As Congress turns its attention to Medicare’s payment system, Mayo Clinic President and CEO John Noseworthy, M.D., says it must recognize the full spectrum of care and reward providers who deliver high-quality, efficient care across that spectrum. In [...]Created by Dana Sparks
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Mayo Clinic and Cayetano Heredia Peruvian University researchers have partnered on a study showing that [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Making a difference in the lives of patients Optum and Mayo Clinic are announcing the launch of Optum Labs, an open, collaborative research and development facility with a singular goal: improving patient care.They will make their information assets, technologies, knowledge tools and scientific expertise available to organizations interested in pursuing practical [...]Created by Dana Sparks
As the federal government struggles with the nation’s fiscal crisis and looks for solutions to financial challenges in health care, Mayo Clinic is offering to share expertise in proven cost-saving, patient-centered solutions. John Noseworthy, M.D., President and CEO, Mayo Clinic, has written to President Obama and Congressional leaders saying that for nearly 150 years we have delivered [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Post-election response from John Noseworthy, M.D., President and CEO, Mayo Clinic: "To preserve and strengthen our nation's economy, it is imperative that we take action now to create a new health care model for America. The current model is unsustainable. Care for patients is fragmented, reimbursement inequitable and imprecise ... [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Today's patients are educating themselves far beyond traditional waiting room pamphlets. With social media, search engines and active disease communities, engaging with patients in the online space where they're searching for answers offers physicians a new way to educate their patients. During this week's Health Care Social Media Summit at Mayo Clinic, Kansas City pediatrician [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Bringing the Social Media Revolution to Health Care is a new book to help health care professionals use social media tools for promoting health, fighting disease and improving health care. Introduced by the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media the book features essays by 30 industry thought leaders offering inspiration and encouragement to both [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Live broadcast is over - His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama presented "Integrating Mindfulness in Healthcare" at Mayo Clinic today. The panel discussion was led by Amit Sood, M.D., Chair of the Mayo Mind Body Initiative. Dr. Sood has spearheaded efforts to develop innovative practice models, including meditation, stress management and resiliency training programs, and [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Chest pain is the No. 2 reason people seek emergency care at U.S. hospitals and it accounts for about $8 billion in health care costs each year. So Mayo Clinic physicians designed an education tool called a Chest Pain Decision Aid and researched the efficacy. The results of the study showed that patients [...]Created by Dana Sparks