Keyword: American College of Cardiology
Physicians and care teams need to keep a close eye on patients who present with obesity and an array of end-organ manifestations of cardiometabolic disease.
Registries can have a broader value beyond quality improvement, from cost savings to improved standing in payer negotiations.
Too many barriers block medications that treat opioid use disorders.
Physicians have taken to social media after the NRA criticized them for voicing support for gun control, plus more healthcare headlines.
Smaller hospitals are arguing a heart-repair technique known as a transcatheter aortic valve replacement should be more widely deployed.
DirectTurst CEO David Kibbe will step down from his role by the end of 2018 and Health Net's refusal to comply with a vulnerability audit raises questions.
Foremost Family Health Clinic focuses on lifestyle measures to get patients to better control their high blood pressure.
The predictive nature of cardiology provides a unique opportunity for digital health innovation. But so far, the evidence is thin.
Computer algorithms can interpret echocardiographic images and distinguish between two similar heart conditions affecting young athletes.
Vendors are using their clout to force doctors from using third-party software for reporting to registries.