Practicing Top-of-License Cardiovascular Care

Learn how eight programs are optimizing non-physician practitioners and delineating responsibilities between CV generalists and specialists.


Looming provider shortages and demand transformation require CV leaders to think more strategically about how they deploy their staff. For many, there's an untapped opportunity to better leverage lower-cost providers, such as generalists, nurse practitioners (NPs), and physicians assistants.

To capitalize on this opportunity, program leaders will need to promote "top-of-license" CV care, with minimal overlap in staff responsibilities. In this white paper, we've profiled eight institutions that are doing so successfully—boosting quality and reducing costs in the process.

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