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A ribbon-cutting ceremony held this week celebrated the opening of a fetal medicine and children’s heart program at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

Physicians in fields like cardiology have traditionally looked to clinical practice guidelines to help articulate the best evidence-based care for patients. The rapidly growing movement to value-based care is prompting clinicians—including echocardiographers—to carefully weigh a more focused and integrative approach to delivering consistent, quality medicine: care pathways.

The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) kicked off a three-day conference in Rosemont, Illinois, April 21, an event that attracts cardiologists from all over the country.

 

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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Mount Sinai open fetal medicine, heart programs

A ribbon-cutting ceremony held this week celebrated the opening of a fetal medicine and children’s heart program at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

Pathways for Quality Care: Echocardiographers Ponder a Playbook for Imaging in Myocardial Infarction

Physicians in fields like cardiology have traditionally looked to clinical practice guidelines to help articulate the best evidence-based care for patients. The rapidly growing movement to value-based care is prompting clinicians—including echocardiographers—to carefully weigh a more focused and integrative approach to delivering consistent, quality medicine: care pathways.

What you missed on the first day of NC Today 2017

The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) kicked off a three-day conference in Rosemont, Illinois, April 21, an event that attracts cardiologists from all over the country.

Smoking has a lasting effect on the human genome

Regardless of when you quit, smoking impacts gene expression in a way that increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, among other conditions.