This list of educational courses from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation highlights courses that can be delivered as part of accelerated CR programs.
This document from the American Medical Association provides an overview of CPT codes for self-measured blood pressure monitoring and parameters for using these codes.
This document summarizes findings from a national analysis that showed self-measured blood pressure monitoring coverage and reimbursement from payers is limited. This results in a key barrier in the uptake of this effective service.
This curated list of tools and resources includes guides, infographics, and success stories of how self-measured blood pressure monitoring can help people with hypertension lower their blood pressure and improve overall heart health.
This document from the American Heart Association and the American Medical Association provides an overview of new CPT codes for providers who offer self-measured blood pressure monitoring related clinical services.
This communications toolkit equips health systems with resources and messages to spread awareness about the value of cardiac rehabilitation and solutions for increasing participation.
This graphic posted on the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion website highlights the findings of disparities by age of heart attack survivors for referral to cardiac rehabilitation 2009 and 2017.
This graphic posted on the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion website highlights the findings of disparities by race and ethnicity of heart attack survivors for referral to cardiac rehabilitation between 2009 and 2017.
This presentation highlights an initiative to reform programs to benefit cardiac rehabilitation patients through enhanced engagement by establishing an open gym scheduling model, and the resulting conclusions.
This Mayo Clinic presentation highlights a study to identify patient-reported barriers to completion of a cardiac rehabilitation program, along with facilitators that might increase cardiac rehabilitation completion.
This poster presentation highlights the exploration of a process improvement strategy on post procedure radial PCI patients using an automatic CR referral system and patient navigator rounding, findings, and proposed next steps.
This poster highlights a study on the effects of a non-physician inpatient recruitment model on the percentage of patients participating in outpatient CR and the number of days between hospital discharge and the first session.
To increase cardiac rehabilitation completion rates, this Mayo Clinic poster presentation highlights a quality-improvement project to improve completion of cardiac rehabilitation components while increasing patient satisfaction through an app.
This poster presentation highlights an evidence review by Mayo Clinic researchers to identify sex-related barriers to cardiac rehabilitation and their potential solutions applicable for women.
This poster presentation highlights a study of 531 patients eligible for cardiac rehabilitation to determine if wait times for access to cardiac rehabilitation programs affect patient participation rates.
This Cardiac Rehabilitation Adherence Strategy from the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation highlights how incentives can increase cardiac rehabilitation attendance, treatment completion, and adherence rates.
This graphic posted on the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion website highlights the findings of disparities by sex of heart attack survivors for referral to cardiac rehabilitation between 2009 and 2017.
This CDC fact sheet outlines programs, including cardiac rehabilitation, that reduce barriers to care for people who live far away from specialists or who have transportation or mobility issues.