6 Surprising Care Gaps for Heart Disease Patients — and What They Could Cost You
“Care gaps” can be defined as missing—but critical—aspects of a patient’s required care. These gaps exist across diverse areas of healthcare and treatment, despite the
advancements in remote care accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. From failed care transitions and accessibility issues, to insufficient remote care options and doctor-patient relationships—20% of patients do not have relationships with their PCPs—care gaps can pose tremendous problems and expenses for both patients and health systems.
However, there are ways to alleviate (and even prevent) these care gaps. Recora’s 6 key strategies, from actively engaging in virtual and at-home care options to developing a whole-person centered approach to healthcare, have succeeded in closing 61% of cardiac care gaps. These strategies can help health systems work toward providing more comprehensive care where their patients truly need it.
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