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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.

 

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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.