Clinical CarePatients Facing Death Are Opting for a Lifesaving Heart Device — But at What Risk?
The manufacturer denied liability in two patient deaths.
PharmaNovo Nordisk, Valo Health $2.7B Deal Taps AI to Develop New Treatments for Cardiometabolic Diseases
The collaboration could expand to 'the entire drug discovery continuum', the two companies say.
TechnologyNew Partnership Pushes Cardiac Care Management Out of the ER and Into the Home
A digital health collaboration aims to give health systems and health plans access to both virtual visits and on-demand house...
Clinical CareUnstoppable: This Doctor Has Been Investigated at Every Level of Government. How Is He Still Practicing?
Medical boards, a health department and even federal investigators have scrutinized Dr. James McGuckin's vascular clinics. Today he still practices,...
Clinical CareMisdiagnosis Tied to Serious Harm of 795K Americans Annually, Study Finds
About 371,000 Americans die annually after a false negative diagnosis for a serious illness, according to researchers.
TechnologyUPMC: AI Beats Gold Standard for Diagnosing Heart Attacks
Researchers in Pittsburgh found that an AI tool outperformed the three most common practices for analyzing ECGs of patients being...
Clinical CareWMCHealth Establishes New Center to Address Maternal Morbidity and Mortality
The Center for Women's Health Equity has received a $750,000 grant from New York State.
TechnologyCedars-Sinai Team Develops AI Tool to Predict Heart Attacks
Researchers say their AI algorithm can analyze clinical data and images of a patient's heart and calculate the probability of...
NursingInnovation is at the Heart of Cardiac Nurse's Practice
'There was not a barrier that she couldn't move out of the way,' Yale New Haven Hospital CNO says of...
Clinical CareAddressing Maternal Mortality Through Cardiovascular Care
CommonSpirit Health has launched several efforts that target cardiovascular care in maternal health.
Clinical CareLong COVID Patients at Increased Risk for Cardiovascular Conditions, Study Finds
As the number of long COVID cases grows, healthcare providers need to learn more about these patients.