Atrial fibrillation (AF) is one of the most challenging disease states for cardiovascular providers to manage, both as a primary condition and as a comorbidity. There are a variety of treatment options available, but no clear winner for effective, long-term management. In addition, AF patients are often diagnosed late in disease progression, and too often their care is poorly coordinated, contributing to suboptimal outcomes.
This research report reviews the latest market trends and clinical updates impact AF management, as well as strategies identified from innovative programs to improve AF care delivery and program infrastructure.
Read the report for:
- An overview of the transforming AF care landscape
- Lessons on how to develop a comprehensive program
- Case profiles of progressive AF programs putting these strategies into practice