England’s National Health Service (NHS) technology choices are helping Britons live longer: The FISH&CHIPS Study
“What is now proved was once only imagined.” – Charles Darwin Having recently celebrated its 75th birthday, England’s National Health Service (NHS) has been a source of pride to Britons for decades. Treating over 1 million patients in England daily, NHS clinicians are asked to do increasingly more as they focus on population wellness, treat […]
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” – Charles Darwin Across healthcare today, clinicians have been handed a priority list so long as to border on the implausible. Clinically, patient partnerships1 are needed to improve outcomes. Economically, better care […]
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them. – Galileo Galilei Discovery drives clinical research. Whether we are testing a potential breakthrough therapy or the impact of a long-standing care practice, the chance to chart a path toward better heart health is why substantial effort and resources […]
The ADVANCE-DK study reminds us that what we think we understand may still be a work in progress.
Powerful insights will result as we combine plaque and coronary physiology to guide patient care.
Do my clinical habits put patients at risk? A recent NEJM publication brings this question to the forefront.
Providing precision heart care to improve women’s cardiovascular care is a MUST.
Is now the moment when we begin to improve the prevention of advanced CAD faster than its treatment?
The central role of CTA + FFRCT in patient care is clear in the new ACC/AHA Chest Pain guidelines.
Expanding coronary CTA + FFRCT in the emergency department will be vital as clinicians work to efficiently identify and care for patients with suspected cardiac issues.