Cleveland Clinic announces next year's top medical innovations

The Cleveland Clinic has announced its top medical innovations for 2015. A panel of scientists and doctors employed by the Clinic project that in the next year, game-changing innovations will include mobile stroke units, which will help personalize emergency services;  ARNI a new heart failure drug granted "fast track status" by the Food and Drug Administration; intra-operative radiation therapy for breast cancer, which focuses radiation as one dose and has proven equally effective as whole-breast radiation; and leadless cardiac pacemakers, which clinicians will be able to implant directly into the heart, reducing malfunction complications. Read the full story at FierceHealthIT

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