Quality Matters: Strategies for Improving Outcomes in Angina Patient Populations– Chronic stable angina can significantly impair patients’ functional capacity and quality of life. The management of this condition is complicated among subpopulations of patients, including those with diabetes, heart failure, and poor control of blood pressure. In this previously recorded interactive Web conference expert faculty highlight essential considerations for making individualized, cost-effective treatment decisions for patients with angina in special subpopulations. In addition participants will learn about new practice guidelines, quality measures, and therapeutic approaches for ensuring optimal care for patients with chronic stable angina.
Interpret quality measures in coronary artery disease as well as treatment guidelines in angina to assess their role and impact in medication management protocols.
Compare and contrast current and emerging therapy for angina in subpopulations based upon desired outcomes.
Discuss strategies to improve communications with treaters related to clinical and quality outcomes of angina.
1.0 Free CEUs for Nurses
This course also offers Free CEUs for Physicians and Pharmacists