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Tackling HFpEF: Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction Presents a Diagnostic & Therapeutic Puzzle
Patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF), who face a high mortality…
Balancing Outcomes & Access: Cardiologists Mull TAVR Volume Thresholds, Quality Concerns
As TAVR continues to deliver success for patients and practices, questions about volume and access…
Healing at Home: Hospital-at-Home Model Takes Care to Patients
In a back-to-the-future move, a decades-old care delivery concept is gaining momentum.
Sprinting Toward Value: HHS & Congress May Be Ready to Reconsider the Stark Law
It’s becoming evident that the Stark law is frustrating the move from volume to value. Experts…
Cardiologists Weigh in on New Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction
Major cardiology associations joined forces to update the 2012 universal definition of myocardial…
Should Your Next Data Analyst Be a Machine?
Machine learning tools will support physicians’ efforts to deliver better patient outcomes at lower…
Targeting Unnecessary Practice Variation: A Conversation About Quality, Cost & Becoming a High-reliability Organization
Is practice variation a real problem or a passing trend? Which metrics matter? Are there practical…
Reconsidering Performance Metrics: Should 30-Day Readmissions Be Used to Evaluate PCI?
Is the 30-day readmissions metric for PCI fair or fatally flawed? The answer could have…
Hospital Rankings: Is Top of the List Toppling True Measures of Performance?
Despite limitations, hospital rankings have become an essential tool as clinicians and executives…
X-ray Vision—Building a Hybrid OR: The Plan, Team & Tactics to Do Imaging Right
When North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley set out to build a new hybrid OR equipped with…
When Patients Can’t Afford Care: Tackling the Rising & Shifting Costs of Healthcare
Patients are responsible for a growing portion of healthcare costs. In some cases, that…
Taking Small Steps to Address Gender Bias in Cardiology
Look to behavioral science for new solutions that could reduce gender bias in medicine.
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