Case | HBS Case Collection | May 2007 (Revised September 2007)

Cleveland Clinic

by Frances X. Frei, Amy C. Edmondson, Christine van Keuren and Eliot Sherman

Abstract

Cleveland Clinic is consistently ranked among the nation's most eminent hospitals, and for decades has been a leader in pioneering cardiac care. This case evaluates the methods, processes, and personnel that the hospital has cultivated over the years in order to develop its track record of excellence. In light of this, three expansion opportunities are explored and the operational fit of each is investigated.

Keywords: Health Care and Treatment; Medical Specialties; Innovation and Invention; Service Delivery; Expansion; Health Industry; Cleveland;

Citation:

Frei, Frances X., Amy C. Edmondson, Christine van Keuren, and Eliot Sherman. "Cleveland Clinic." Harvard Business School Case 607-143, May 2007. (Revised September 2007.)