This Federal Practitioner article highlights a home-based cardiac rehabilitation program that improves access and enrollment by using an evidence-based alternative model of care.
The study evaluated the impact of a clinic-based intervention to improve cardiac rehabilitation referral rates and found that on-site cardiac rehabilitation liaisons with pre-screening for eligibility improved referral rates.
This case study in NEJM Catalyst highlights how collaboration and innovation can improve the performance of cardiac rehabilitation.
This American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation case study reports on efforts to provide Medicaid patients who are eligible for cardiac rehabilitation with incentives to increase cardiac rehabilitation among this population.
This American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation case study reports on efforts by University of Alabama at Birmingham that increased enrollment and patient session attendance in its cardiac rehabilitation program.