Case Western Reserve University and Case Affinity Health announced the launch today of a new interactive video and transcriptable webinar series, “Operational Analysis of Neonatal Heart Disease: Case-Based Commentary with Case Mothers,” which will feature a combination of relevant case-based data and expert commentary analyzing clinical, prevention, bone density, anatomy, general and pediatric information, and more.
“Operational Analysis of Neonatal Heart Disease: Case-Based Commentary with Case Mothers” will provide interactive knowledge that will allow clinicians and advanced practice providers to discover proven and proven approaches for managing and managing difficult to treat neonatal heart disease.
“Our video and transcriptable webinar series will provide an in-depth analysis of recently published clinical case-insights and medical and clinical outcomes for neonatology patients. Each episode of the webinar will provide a unique customized solution for all your operational requirements and surgical planning needs, and its content will be available on demand, enabling you to customize the course of care to meet you individual medical and clinical needs,” said Bridget Van Loo, professor and co-supervision chair of Case Western Reserve University’s Department of Anesthesiology and Peril: Perioperative Medicine and Rheumatology, and co-host of the groundbreaking Radiology Update Show, Radiology Talk and Practice.
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“The advent and diversity of patient populations has created a feature-rich resource database now offering new insights into operations of the central nervous system in neonatology (NNS) including cardiac function, cardiac repair, neurocognitive function and neurosocial interactions,” stated Catine Marin, associate vice president of Research for Case-Based. “This invaluable foundation will provide guidance to create a personalized case analysis toolkit for your NNS practice, highly effective for removing barriers that may be hindering clinical effectiveness.”
Case-Based Quality Assurance in Neonatology is a clinical-quality assessment system designed to increase the efficacy of the care being provided to all patients through case-based programs, projects, practice guidelines, diagnostic guidelines and standard patient services and medicine claims. This system has been trialed to monitor and assess care quality, reducing patient error by tracking both medical and non-medical errors. A core component of the CASE STUDY FOR TERROR ICU: Learning to Walk Forward is a common assessment toolkit by CASE Studying Quality Assurance in Human consultant to clinicians.
“Clinicians around the world are busy adapting CASE STUDY FOR TERROR ICU to meet patient needs. With such a comprehensive and valuable resource, CASE STUDY FOR THE TERROR ICU: Learning to Walk Forward, to help all health care practitioners, will reach out to help create a versatile toolkit for all of our patients who suffer from heart disease and other cardiac conditions.” said Casey Frusciante, professor, Program Director for CASE STUDY FOR THE TERROR ICU: Learning to Walk Forward at Case Western Reserve University.
About Case-Based Quality Assurance / Case-Based QuestionnairesIn the world of clinical assessment tools at 3M Health, Case-Based Quality Assurance was first developed in 2009, and although its application can be easy to use, the team asks a validated questionnaire to assess how a particular practice uses such tools to improve patient outcomes. Using data from those Questionnaires, the team can measure and quantify the importance of such tools. Case-Based Quality Assurance is a free online question sortable form that can be used for virtually any health care entity with a population of 25,000. Currently, it is used in 417 peer-reviewed medical articles and is Printable from the Clinical Case Database.
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