New study finds virtual care team strategy improves treatment for heart failure patients

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Recent studies have provided strong evidence that patients with heart failure can benefit from medical therapies that can reduce risk of worsening symptoms and extend patients’ lives. But despite new guidelines, adoption of these therapies has been slow, incomplete and inequitable.

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