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Incentive programs yield mixed results for expectant internists

In terms of the number of participants, physicians and nonphysician practitioners in family practice (15,753), internal medicine (13,864), and cardiology (6,132) were the top specialties using the
July 2011

Wrestling with wearables that screen for afib

R. Jackson II, MD, assistant professor of cardiology at Duke University in Durham, N.C. ... The European Society of Cardiology recommends opportunistic screening by pulse taking or rhythm strips in patients older than age 65 years.
February 2020

In the News

The study is in the March 15 issue of the American Journal of Cardiology.
May 2009

Letters to the Editor

A meta-analysis published in the February 2011 Journal of the American College of Cardiology (which included 14 studies that used 24-hour blood pressure monitoring) concluded, “The antihypertensive efficacy of
April 2013

The eroding 'doctor' label

As specialists in cardiology, we've seen a similar trend with cardiology hospitalists.
November 2021

Remote monitoring: Out of sight, right in line

In chronic disease, there's a premium on monitoring patients and getting them involved in self-management,” said Harlan Krumholz, MD, a professor of cardiology and public health at Yale University
March 2010

What goes around comes around

What goes around comes around. When I was a cardiology fellow back in the 1980s, I learned about a variety of early tools for evaluating heart health that had been displaced ... He is board certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases and
November 2021

Right call; wrong reason

Here's the irony with that. The current practice guidelines of the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association for the management of high cholesterol no longer advise physicians to ... He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and
November 2021

Growing sentiment

Nash, MD, FACP, is the senior vice president and executive director of the North Shore-LIJ Medical Group, and a professor of Cardiology and Population Health at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ ... He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular
November 2021

Big data and the bog of information

In other cases, though, recreational devices can provide the first alert to an undiagnosed condition, said David Slotwiner, MD, chief of the division of cardiology at New York-Presbyterian Queens.
September 2018

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