Clinical CareDespite Reforms, Problems Remain When Selecting Heart Transplant Candidates
Study finds large discrepancies in the severity of illness among patients when they receive heart transplants.
Clinical CareMedicare ACOs With Cardiologists Save Money
ACOs with cardiologists may see lower spending for SNFs, ED visits, evaluation and management services and procedural care.
Clinical CareWomen Significantly Underrepresented in Cardiology Field
Researchers have found that the percentage of women in internal medicine specialties has decreased over the past two decades, which...
Clinical CareAttempt to Revamp Waitlist Policy for Pediatric Heart Transplant Candidates Falls Short
Children with two subtypes of cardiomyopathy ? hypertrophic or restrictive ? are now dying on the waitlist at a rate...
Clinical CareMetabolic Surgery Linked to Significantly Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Researchers have associated metabolic surgery with lower risk for all-cause mortality, coronary artery events, cerebrovascular events, heart failure, nephropathy, and...
Clinical CareNEJM Calls Global Warming 'Major Public Health Emergency'
New England Journal of Medicine editorial, articles, and interactive feature spotlight intersection between global warming and healthcare.
InnovationA Good Reason for Selfies: Measuring BP
Novel smartphone-based technology tracks 'imperceptible facial blood flow change.'
Clinical CareAI IDs Afib
AI was taught to identify subtle differences in a normal EKG that would indicate changes in heart structure caused by...
Clinical CareSmoking-Related PAD Risk Lingers Even After Quitting
'Impact of smoking on major artery disease may last up to 30 years,' researcher says.
Clinical CareI'm A CPAP Dropout: Why Many Lose Sleep Over Apnea Treatment
Studies suggest that from one-third to more than 50% of patients either stop using their CPAP machine or never bother...
Clinical CareAchieve Standardization, Scale, and Alignment Through Service Lines
A recent HealthLeaders Roundtable event explored the multiple benefits that can be garnered from establishing service lines.
Clinical CareOne in Four Cardiologists Burned Out
Nearly half of the rest of respondents reported feeling stressed and having less energy, while only 23.7% reported enjoying their...