Acute Coronary Syndrome


This article provides an assessment of the downstream impact of coronary artery calcium scanning on the subsequent treatment patterns of non–high-risk patients.
This study suggests that the Bridging the Discharge Gap Effectively (BRIDGE) program can help decrease the number of hospital readmissions in patients with acute coronary syndrome that cause unnecessary and substantial healthcare systems costs.
This study examined adherence to statins and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol goal attainment in patients with coronary artery disease.
A cost-effectiveness analysis of a peer and practice staff support intervention to reduce coronary heart disease risk and blood pressure in African Americans.
In this database analysis, greater adherence was observed for once-daily dosing compared with twice-daily dosing with chronic-use prescription medications used by patients with cardiovascular disease.


July 25th to 28th, 2014
Boston, MA