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A team looking to increase efficiency in inventory management among VA medical centers has advice for healthcare facilities.

To make a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care is both mission and mantra at Banner Health.

Cardiovascular information technology analytics offer opportunities to improve care, reduce costs and deliver better healthcare experiences for patients. 

Medicare’s decision to get “deadly serious” about interoperability is an invitation for cardiologists to work with their medical societies, vendors and office staff.

Five electrophysiologists joined Cardiovascular Business editorial advisor Matthew R. Reynolds, MD, SM, for a discussion about how they will deliver quality care to a growing number of atrial fibrillation patients even as the U.S. healthcare system turns its focus from volume to value.

A disconnect between best care and what Medicare is willing to reimburse for it has put some electrophysiologists and their hospitals in a bind.

Will noninferior results be good enough to win over cardiologists and payers?

A new program announced by the ACC will make it possible for the public to access data submitted by hospitals to the National Cardiovascular Data Registry.

Balancing needs, utilization and cost while improving patient care are central to the mission of the interventional cardiology team at Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta.

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is proving to be a disruptive technology, as cardiac surgeons and cardiologists join forces and combine resources to determine its ultimate utility.

Executives from GE Healthcare, McKesson, Merge Healthcare, Philips and Siemens Healthcare joined Cardiovascular Business for a candid discussion about cardiologists’ information technology concerns and questions.

Despite its name, Bakersfield Heart Hospital offers more service lines than just those under its cardiovascular umbrella.