Targeting Overuse, Misuse and Underuse in Cardiovascular Care: Why Health Plans Need a Comprehensive Strategy
Learn key strategies for health plans to reduce three types of inappropriate use in cardiovascular care.
Episode 7: Underuse In Cardiology Is Under-Appreciated. How Do We Change That?
Learn why underuse is a major problem and how we might tackle it
Episode 6: Why Don't More Cardiology Patients Get Optimal Medication Therapy?
GDMT, or guideline-directed medical therapy, means taking the right medication at the optimal doses to treat cardiovascular problems. Yet these medications are chronically underused.
Episode 5: Will COVID-19 Change What Is Considered Appropriate Use in Cardiology?
Every day, cardiologists make decisions about what is the most appropriate test, therapy, or procedure for their patients. But then COVID-19 came along. Have the rules of the game changed?
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Traditional UM Programs Can't Move the Needle in Cardiology Care. Here's What Does.
Senior Medical Director Fernando Villacian lays out the key tenets of an effective cardiovascular management program.
Cardiovascular Clinical Pathways Program at New Century Health
Our senior medical director speaks with Journal of Clinical Pathways about preventing inappropriate use in cardiology.
New Century Health Reports Year of Record Growth and Clinical Innovation in 2020
New Century Health announced that 2020 was the largest membership growth year in the 19-year history of the company.
Are You Ready for the Next Wave of Specialty Care Management?
Dr. Andrew Hertler, Chief Medical Officer at New Century Health, explains how value-based arrangements lower the cost of specialty care while providing higher-quality treatment for patients.
Case Study: A Delegated-Risk Model for Driving Down Cardiovascular Care Costs and Improving Quality
New Century Health's delegated-risk model leverages a specialist network to drive down cardiovascular care costs and improve quality for a Medicare Advantage plan.
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