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Two studies reach conflicting conclusions while underscoring the need for best practice guidelines to fill the current vacuum.

As healthcare strives to be everywhere for every patient, clinicians may be on the fast track to burnout. Here’s how some practices are dispersing their teams to achieve quality care, efficient workflows and satisfied clinicians.

The American Hospital Association predicts how hospitals will operate when AI and machine learning are on board.

Cardiologists are well-positioned to leverage telemedicine, but they should eyeball the pros and cons before taking the plunge. 

Large employers are looking at virtual care and other options to help lower the costs of employee benefits. 

A new health policy document prescribes 17 recommendations for addressing cardiology’s pay and opportunity gaps. 

Performance Report: The Critical Characteristics of High-performing Cardiology Programs

Here at CVB, we tend to think of our audience as cardiology’s practitioners, not its patients. But the truth is, the public is reading our content as frequently as physicians. Our job is the same, no matter the audience—to tell cardiology’s stories.

The latest numbers on cardiovascular deaths put the focus on innovative ways to point the trend line down again.

In his new book, Haider Warraich, MD, looks back at cardiology’s remarkable past and predicts what today’s challenges signal for the specialty’s future.   

With minimally invasive structural procedures crowding out their surgical counterparts, how are physicians and hospitals preparing for the new reality? 

The U.S. now will allow  TAVR  for patients at low risk for death or major complications during open-heart surgery.

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