I had the opportunity to speak to a physician colleague from Ohio about the collaboration between private practice physicians and the various public health organizations during the current pandemic. Angela DeJulius, MD, MPH, is a board-certified family physician who is currently a primary care physician in a federally qualified health center in Kent, Ohio and…

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In support of the care team, data and education provide  the foundation for patient safety. Data analysis identifies the critical areas that require focus, proves or disproves hypothesis, creates a baseline for improvement, and highlights the outcomes. In observance of Patient Safety Awareness Week, we spoke to industry leaders to get their thoughts on the…

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In observance of Patient Safety Awareness Week, we spoke to industry leaders to get their thoughts on the challenges ensuring proper patient safety and how care teams can overcome them. Today, Dr. Ashish Khanna MD, FCCP, FCCM, shares about the ABCDEF bundle or ICU Liberation Bundle, provides a recap from the Society of Critical Care…

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We all have a part to play in patient safety.  In observance of Patient Safety Awareness Week, we spoke to industry leaders to get their thoughts on topics like notable changes in patient safety, how to create a patient safety first culture, and challenges healthcare systems are currently facing. Meet Deborah Small, MSN, DNP, Chief…

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Partnering with patients to assess their risk for cardiovascular disease can be a challenge. Developing a plan of care to manage hypertension is individualized; incorporating patient buy-in sets the stage for optimal adherence with the therapeutic plan, which often includes recommendations for lifestyle changes (physical activity, heart healthy diet, maintenance of ideal weight) along with…

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At K2P, we are dedicated to supporting cardiologists’ lifelong knowledge goals by providing a digital learning platform with relevant, personalized, and meaningful education. We are passionate about bringing emerging medicine trends to the physician so they can practice at the top of their license. Read our personal stories about why each of us at K2P…

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Did you know that the Heart Truth Campaign was launched by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) almost 20 years ago now, in 2002? The first Go Red for Women Day, observed on the first Friday in February, was celebrated in 2004. These awareness-raising campaigns are directed toward not only the lay-public,…

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