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Just as hospitals have recognized the importance of having coordinators to assist with the identification and treatment of VAD patients; hospitals are now utilizing coordinators to identify and facilitate the care of the high-risk PCI patient population. Not only can coordinators help identify patients who may be high-risk PCI candidates, they can facilitate their treatment and conduct valuable educational outreach to other physicians and hospitals.

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A Growing Population of High-Risk Patients

PCI cases that had Major Complications or Comorbidities (MCCs) or 4+ vessels or stents has grown from 23% to 30% in the last four years1

Only 27% of inpatient cases admitted for new-onset heart failure were tested for coronary artery disease within 90 days of their care episode2

References

  1. Coordinating Care of Complex Coronary Artery Disease Patients. 2017. Optum Advisory Board.
  2. Doshi, et al., (2016). J Am Coll Cardiol.
  3. Expert Perspective in New CV Volume Forecasts Explained. Advisory Board Company. 2016.

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