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A Tale of Two Liver Transplants: Altruistic Compassion for a Compassionate Altruist

Editor’s Note: Real World Healthcare will be taking a brief hiatus during the month of August. During this time, we’d like to share with you some of the compelling stories we’ve published about patients facing both medical and financial hardships.   “Talk about your life changing in an instant,” Helen said, … (read full article)

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Patient of the Month: Charles Fazio’s recovery from heart bypass surgery, kidney failure, and financial crisis

Patient of the Month is a new regular feature from Real World Health Care to illustrate the challenges and successes of the American health care system through the experiences of inspiring survivors. Charles Fazio wasn’t sure how he could survive another health crisis. Just three years after his four-way heart … (read full article)

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Cleveland Clinic’s Value-Based Care Team Improves Patient Wait Times, Saves Costs

Cleveland Clinic CEO and President Toby Cosgrove, MD, believes that the medical center is ready to “lead the charge” in delivering better patient outcomes and faster care, all at a lower cost. To that end, the Cleveland Clinic has established a Value-Based Care Team, made up of physicians, nurses and … (read full article)

Categories: Cost-Savings