Want to Cut U.S. Heart Risks? Get More People Into Primary Care

April 2, 2024


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Do you know the “essential eight” controllable risk factors for cardiovascular disease? A new study from Michigan Medicine analyzed how patients can meet their “essential eight” care needs, and it turns out that the most accessible care happens via general primary care clinics. Learn more about the barriers preventing Americans at risk for cardiovascular disease from securing consistent, quality primary care in this article from the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.

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