The Advisory Board Company
on November 10, 2010 |
Topics: Cardiovascular, Service Lines, Multidisciplinary Care, Methodologies, Performance Improvement
Heart failure patients discharged from the ED are at lower risk for morbidity and mortality within 30 days if they receive early care by both a cardiologist and primary-care physician (PCP) than if seen by either physician alone, according to a recent analysis published in Circulation.
Improved Outcomes for HF Patients Receiving Collaborative Post-Discharge Care
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