This is a comprehensive overview of outcomes from across the Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute, including heart disease, aorta disease, vascular disease, cardiovascular imaging, cardiothoracic anesthesia, surgical quality improvement, patient experience and lists of locations and staff members.
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By Specialty Area
To promote quality improvement, Cleveland Clinic has created a series of Outcomes books similar to this one for many of its institutes. Designed for a physician audience, the Outcomes books contain a summary of our surgical and medical trends and approaches, data on patient volumes and outcomes, and a review of new technologies and innovations.
Cleveland Clinic surgeons perform procedures at our main campus and at Cleveland Clinic hospitals throughout greater Cleveland. In 2014, they performed 13,812 cardiovascular and thoracic surgical procedures.
Ischemic Heart Disease
Includes cardiac catheterization, interventional procedures, care after myocardial infarction (heart attack), and coronary artery bypass surgery.
Cardiac Rhythm Disorders
Includes treatments for patients with atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia and device implants.
Heart Valve Disease
Includes valve surgery options such as valve repair, valve replacement, minimally invasive valve treatments, robotically assisted valve surgery and percutaneous valve approaches.
Includes diagnostic and surgical approaches to the entire aorta from the aortic arch to the descending and thoracoabdominal artery. Outcomes are reported for traditional open surgery, minimally invasive surgery and endovascular repair, as well as complex hybrid approaches.
Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy
Includes septal myectomy, including procedures performed in conjunction with a valve procedure.
Congenital Heart Disease
Includes interventional percutaneous closure procedures and congenital heart surgery outcomes for both adults and pediatric procedures.
Pericardial disease includes a group of conditions that affect the pericardium, the double-layered sac that surrounds the heart.
Heart Failure and Transplant
Includes information about heart transplant, mechanical circulatory support (MCS) devices, and heart failure outomes.
Lung and Heart-LungTransplant
Lung and heart-lung transplant outcomes include data on the number of transplants, primary disease of transplant recipients, survival, wait time and wait list mortality.
Peripheral Vascular Disease
Includes interventional and diagnostic procedures, lower extremity surgical volume, non invasive vascular lab ultrasound study distribution and lower extremity wound clinic volume.
Cerebrovascular disease outcomes include patient volume and complications associated with carotid stenting and carotid endarterectomy.
Includes surgery volume, mortality and distribution for pulmonary and esophageal procedures.
Preventive Cardiology and Rehabilitation
Preventive cardiology and rehabilitation tracks outcomes on numerous cardiovascular risk factors, including emerging nontraditional cardiac risk factors. The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program reports outcomes related to quality of life, functional capacity, blood pressure and compliance.
Includes outcomes related to Cleveland Clinic’s multidisciplinary Sports Cardiology Center, which was established in 2014. Patients include all levels of athletes who are at-risk or diagnosed with cardiovascular disease.
Includes outcomes related to patients who are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease due to treatment for cancer.
Surgical Quality Improvement
Includes data from Hospital Compare: Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP), a website hosted by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in collaboration with the Hospital Quality Alliance (HQA).
Includes ratings for outpatient and inpatient care and services, including HCAHPS assessments.
Includes innovations involving Cleveland Clinic's Heart and Vascular Institute's surgeons and cardiologists.
Heart & Vascular Institute Resources - a representative sample of resources available from the Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute.
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