COVID-19 | TAKEheart
The TAKEheart team will reach out to Partner Hospitals in August 2020 to assess readiness to resume activities … and will be postponed to a later date. … To receive a copy of the presentation slides and summary for each event or to receive information about … a COVID-19 specific section for participating hospitals to post questions and share resources. … All registered users should have received credentials and a user guide outlining how to access and use
Hybrid CR Programs: What Works and Why? | TAKEheart
The TAKEheart Initiative
Hybrid CR Programs: What Works and Why … TAKEheart Training Module (10 of 10)
Hybrid CR Programs: What Works and Why? … Module 10
Review lessons learned from the field about hybrid CR to expand program capacity and patient
The Case for Cardiac Rehab | AHRQ TAKEheart
health complications for patients who participate and boosts their chances of returning to an active … Learn More
Underutilization of Cardiac Rehabilitation
Despite proven health outcomes … for patients, and reduced associated hospital readmissions, only a 20% of eligible patients participate … in cardiac rehabilitation due to low referral and enrollment rates. … Find answers in our collection of frequently asked questions related to CR.
Tools | TAKEheart
findings from a national analysis that showed self-measured blood pressure monitoring coverage and reimbursement … This results in a key barrier in the uptake of this effective service. … 2017
Telehealth in Rural Communities: How CDC Develops Programs That Deliver Care … CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Center for Disease Control … This resource may require a subscription or additional login information in order to access.
Availability and Quality of Cardiac Rehabilitation Around The Globe: Patients Served, Providers, and Core Components | TAKEheart
Availability and Quality of Cardiac Rehabilitation Around … The Globe: Patients Served, Providers, and Core Components
Availability and Quality of Cardiac Rehabilitation … F, Rongjing D, Britto R, Derman W, Bjarnason-Wehrens B, Abreu A, Khiong J, Andersen K, Gonzalez G, Giga … Vataman E, Cuenza L, Grace S
Journal of the American College of Cardiology
Making the Case
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TAKEheart Training | TAKEheart
the status and progress of CR improvement efforts. … July 2021
Defining & Integrating Care Coordination: A Key Element for Improving CR Participation Defining … Module 9
Provide care coordination skills and training needed to empower patients to enroll in CR … efforts to increase patient participation in CR. … Does a hospital have to be part of the TAKEheart initiative to access the training curriculum?
Case Studies | TAKEheart
reports on efforts by University of Alabama at Birmingham that increased enrollment and patient session … Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation case study reports on efforts to provide … a home-based cardiac rehabilitation program that improves access and enrollment by using an evidence-based … Key
This resource is open-access and available free to all without a subscription or login. … This resource may require a subscription or additional login information in order to access.
Trainings & Webinars | TAKEheart
is designed to help health care providers educate heart patients about the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation … Behavioral Economics for Better Cardiovascular Outcomes
In this 2019 Council on Quality of Care and … National Association of Community Health Centers
National Association of Community Health Centers
2018 … Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Improving Access to Cardiac Rehabilitation in the … This resource may require a subscription or additional login information in order to access.
News & Insights about the TAKEheart Initiative | AHRQ TAKEheart
Prevention commentary highlighting the Million Hearts Initiative’s CR improvement efforts with a description … of TAKEheart.
06/04/2020 Million Hearts News
National Analysis of SMBP Monitoring Coverage and Reimbursement … is limited, resulting in a key barrier in the uptake of this effective service.
02/13/2020 TAKEheart … the groundwork for better heart health in 2020 and beyond, including a spotlight on TAKEheart.
01/14 … proposed legislation to increase access to CR and the response of the American Heart Association.
Join the TAKEheart Learning Community | AHRQ TAKEheart
network of hospitals interested in exploring a broad set of strategies to increase patient participation … efforts to increase patient participation in CR by providing:
Peer-to-peer knowledge exchange, including … enrollment, and retention
These resources are provided to participating hospitals at no cost. … in improving referral, enrollment, and retention in CR for eligible patients
Refer patients to CR services … patient health, and reduce hospital readmissions.
Why is Cardiac Rehab Underutilized? | AHRQ TAKEheart
with low incomes and education levels are even less likely to be given a referral to CR. … In addition, many programs do not meet the needs of all patients and do not take language and cultural … Gender, race and cardiac rehabilitation in the United States: is there a difference in care? … Sex and racial disparities in cardiac rehabilitation referral at hospital discharge and gaps in long‐term … Department of Health and Human Services.
Cardiac Rehab Definition & FAQs | AHRQ TAKEheart
Research shows that CR can greatly improve patients’ health outcomes and lower healthcare costs. … risk of death and health complications for eligible patients and boosts their chances of returning to … ability to perform daily living activities and/or return to work
improved patient mood
better patient … As per national clinical guidelines, CR is a critical part of cardiac patients’ care. … high quality and comprehensive cardiovascular health services for their patients and the community served
A Telephone Intervention to Improve Patient Return Rates in Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study | TAKEheart
Trainings & Webinars
A Telephone Intervention to Improve Patient … Return Rates in Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study
A Telephone Intervention to Improve Patient Return … Rates in Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study
LaValley G, Szalai H, Pack Q, Storer A
American Association … of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
The findings of a study outlined … in this presentation showed that motivational telephone interventions delivered shortly after outpatient
Contact the TAKEheart Team | AHRQ TAKEheart
For questions, suggestions, and requests for information about TAKEheart, contact us at TAKEheart@abtassoc.com … Please note that TAKEheart cannot provide specific medical advice for individual health concerns. … Questions regarding personal health conditions should be discussed with your health care provider.
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The Benefits of Cardiac Rehab | AHRQ TAKEheart
health complications for patients who have had a cardiac event or procedure and boosts their chances … The three components of CR work in concert to provide patients with a variety of benefits. … Structured exercise improves cardiovascular health, reduces risk factors and symptoms, and improves mood … Improved patient mood
CR Hospital Benefits
Improved quality of care and outcomes
Reduced readmissions … aimed at improving heart health.
Do High Referral Rates Translate to High Participation Rates in Cardiac Rehabilitation? A Regional Experience | TAKEheart
in Cardiac Rehabilitation? … A Regional Experience
Do High Referral Rates Translate to High Participation Rates in Cardiac Rehabilitation … A Regional Experience
Frechette K, Conley S, Tang A, Welch T
American Association of Cardiovascular … and Pulmonary Rehabilitation
This poster presentation highlights a study … of 531 patients eligible for cardiac rehabilitation to determine if wait times for access to cardiac
Non-White Patients with Coronary Heart Disease Have Worse Cardiac Rehabilitation Participation than White Patients | TAKEheart
Disease Have Worse Cardiac Rehabilitation Participation than White Patients
Dang Y, Nunez S, Gallegos A, … study concludes that factors such as annual earned income, rural predominance of non-white patients, and … language barriers may be contributing to disparities in cardiac rehabilitation participation. … _ga=2.19990333.460716872.1575384733-57799296.1571937352
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Cardiac Rehabilitation Following Acute Myocardial Infarction, Trends In Referral Over The Past Decade, Predictors Of Referral, And One-Year Mortality Outcome In A Multicenter National Registry Between 2006-2013 | TAKEheart
Referral Over The Past Decade, Predictors Of Referral, And One-Year Mortality Outcome In A Multicenter … In Referral Over The Past Decade, Predictors Of Referral, And One-Year Mortality Outcome In A Multicenter … National Registry Between 2006-2013
Sabbag A, Chernomordik F, Goldenberg I, Matetzky S, Klempfner R … significant 29% mortality risk reduction at one year of follow-up. … _ga=2.49547939.460716872.1575384733-57799296.1571937352
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Financial Incentives to Improve Cardiac Rehabilitation Attendance Among Medicaid Enrollees | TAKEheart
Financial Incentives to Improve Cardiac Rehabilitation … Among Medicaid Enrollees
American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation … 2018
This AACVPR case study reports on efforts to provide Medicaid patients who … https://www.aacvpr.org/Portals/0/Million%20Hearts%20Change%20Package/4.11.2018%20Files/A-4-CRCP-Case% … 20Study-UVM%20Incentives.pdf
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