CASE STUDY: Standardizing the quality of care for structural heart programs

Standardizing the Quality of Care for Structural Heart Programs

Reducing variability in care

Patients with structural heart disease can take very different routes before reaching the heart team. It can be difficult to reduce variability in care across the hospital system for this large patient population. 

Improving quality across the care continuum

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