The CardioCare program improves gaps in the care pathway1

Improving Gaps in the Care Pathway

1Analysis represents severe aortic stenosis(AS) patients managed within the care pathway and median growth over baseline after six months of using the CardioCare program. 2Based on AHA/ACC guidelines.

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Left untreated, structural heart disease can be fatal

Severe Aortic Stenosis (AS)

Severe Aortic Stenosis (AS)

Survival after onset of symptoms for severe AS is as low as 50% at 2 years and 20% at 5 years.

50% survival at 2 years 20% survival at 5 years

Severe Mitral Regurgitation (MR)

Severe Mitral Regurgitation (MR)

For patients with severe MR, survival is as low as 50% at 5 years, with hospitalization rates for heart failure as high as 90% over the same period.

50% survival at 5 years 90% hospitalization at 5 years

† Otto CM. Heart 2000;84:211–21.
‡ Goel SS, et al. JACC 2014 Jan21;63(2):185–6.

Restoring your cardiovascular (CV) service line begins with ensuring patients don’t fall through the cracks

Current patterns may leave patients with structural heart disease undiagnosed.

CardioCare program overview

By automating clinical workflow, the CardioCare program provides visibility to all patients in your system with aortic stenosis and mitral regurgitation, enabling providers to prioritize care for the most critical patients.

The CardioCare program enables structural heart program growth by providing software and services that focus on:

Maximize echo lab quality to help ensure earlier identification of disease

Assess exam throughness

Improve identification of SHD and identify targeted opportunities for training and education

Identify discrepancies

Streamline clinical workflow and communication between care providers to ensure timely referral to a CV specialist

Automatic indentification and advanced tracking

Clinical consulting partners turn data analytics into actionable insights, enacting quality improvement and change management at leading institutions across the country

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The CardioCare program improves the quality of patient care and grows structural heart programs

Using the CardioCare program, hospitals leverage unprecedented insights into their structural heart programs to drive meaningful improvements in quality and patient care.

Average increase in aortic stenosis diagnosis rates

Average increase in aortic stenosis diagnosis rates

Average increase in aortic stenosis referral rates

Average increase in aortic stenosis referral rates

Analysis represents median risk share performance across 12 sites six months after program implementation.

Using data and analytics, the CardioCare program identifies gaps in the care pathway and provides nationwide benchmarking services.

The CardioCare program delivers sustainable quality improvement

Adherence to three-measurement protocol to assess AS shows improvement over time.

Months after CardioCare program launch
The CardioCare program has partnered with institutions nationwide for 5 years
831,698

echocardiograms processed from 2015-2020

4.2%

of all patients met severe AS criteria

8.3%

of all patients met moderate AS criteria1

1. Excludes studies with one or more severe AS values.

CardioCare program has partnered with institutions nationwide for 5 years

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Partner with us as the CardioCare program delivers a robust pipeline of innovations to answer the most vexing questions faced by clinicians in the pursuit of earlier identification, management and treatment of patients with structural heart disease.

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