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In the News

A coalition of cardiac specialty groups has issued new performance measures aimed at spurring more patients to enter cardiac rehabilitation programs as well as improving the programs' quality. ... Fewer than 30% of eligible patients participate in
November 2007

CMS gives hospitals star ratings for overall care, expands bundled payments

expansion of the bundled payment program includes new or changed bundles for cardiac care, hip surgery, and cardiac rehabilitation. ... The proposed expansion of the bundled payment program includes new bundles for cardiac care, added procedures to the
August 2016

Helping patients help themselves

heart-lung transplants, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' list of clinical indications for cardiac rehabilitation coverage. ... The availability of cardiac rehabilitation services varies greatly from region to region, Dr.
December 2010

The next issue is online

The December issue of ACP Hospitalist is online. Don't miss stories on dealing with addiction, boosting referrals to cardiac rehabilitation and judicious use of CT scans. ... Boosting referrals to cardiac rehabilitation. Overcome barriers to referral and
December 2010

Earlier appointments post-discharge may improve cardiac rehab attendance

Appointments for cardiac rehabilitation orientation scheduled within 10 days of hospital discharge appear to result in improved attendance compared with later appointments, a new study indicates. ... The authors hypothesized that early appointments
January 2013

Work hours, cardiac rehab, and more

Educational reminders, delivered to patients by mail and phone, may increase the likelihood of completing cardiac rehabilitation after a myocardial infarction (MI), a randomized controlled trial found. ... The two primary outcomes were completion of
October 2020

Cardiac rehab after PCI associated with reduced mortality

Patients who participated in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) after percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) were less likely to die than those who didn't, a study found. ... A nonsignificant trend toward decreased cardiac mortality was also seen in CR
May 2011

Studies on infectious diseases, neurology, and more

the study authors wrote, adding that the potential survival benefit and underuse of cardiac rehabilitation are “compelling reasons” to refer patients to the therapy. ... In addition, it is controversial to ascribe the reduction in long-term mortality
March 2017

Cardiology

Educational reminders, delivered to patients by mail and phone, may increase the likelihood of completing cardiac rehabilitation after a myocardial infarction (MI), a randomized controlled trial found. ... The two primary outcomes were completion of
June 2020

Recent Research

Patients who participated in cardiac rehabilitation (CR) after percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) were less likely to die than those who didn't, a study found. ... A nonsignificant trend toward decreased cardiac mortality was also seen in CR
November 2011

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