Increasing Cardiac Rehabilitation Participation From 20% to 70%: A Road Map From the Million Hearts Cardiac Rehabilitation Collaborative

@article{Ades2017IncreasingCR,
  title={Increasing Cardiac Rehabilitation Participation From 20\% to 70\%: A Road Map From the Million Hearts Cardiac Rehabilitation Collaborative},
  author={Philip A. Ades and Steven J. Keteyian and Janet S. Wright and Larry F. Hamm and Karen Lui and Kimberly Newlin and Donald S. Shepard and Randal Thomas},
  journal={Mayo Clinic Proceedings},
  year={2017},
  volume={92},
  pages={234–242}
}
Abstract The primary aim of the Million Hearts initiative is to prevent 1 million cardiovascular events over 5 years. Concordant with the Million Hearts' focus on achieving more than 70% performance in the “ABCS” of aspirin for those at risk, blood pressure control, cholesterol management, and smoking cessation, we outline the cardiovascular events that would be prevented and a road map to achieve more than 70% participation in cardiac rehabilitation (CR)/secondary prevention programs by the… Expand

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