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Right Care Virtual University of Best Practices -- 11.9.2020
Dear Medical Directors, Nursing Leaders, Pharmacy Leaders, Right Care Enthusiasts, and Clinical Quality Improvement Leaders:

On Monday, November 9, we will be joined by keynote speaker David Goff, MD, who will discuss the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute's strategic vision for improving cardiovascular outcomes, including insights into COVID-19 and the heart. Professor David Maron, MD, Stanford's Director of Preventive Cardiology and Chief of the Stanford Prevention Research Center will then relay important, and potentially practice-changing findings from the NIH-funded ISCHEMIA trial (International Study of Comparative Health Effectiveness with Medical and Invasive Approaches). We will also expand our thinking about the Get to Zero Heart Attacks and Strokes Equation with the help of national thought-leader Darwin Labarthe, MD, PhD, former Director of CDC's Division of Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention. This University of Best Practices will be moderated with the help of Right Care Technical Expert Group Co-Founder, Robert M. Kaplan, former Associate Director of the National Institutes of Health. If you would like to join us for this special program, please register using the link.

This session will be very interactive so please bring your questions and ideas for the Get to Zero Heart Attacks and Strokes Equation. We hope you can join us for what promises to be a very thought provoking discussion.

Each health care delivery system, community clinic, health plan, medical group and health system is encouraged to have consistent clinical leadership at the Right Care University of Best Practices to further the spread of proven practices that will improve patient outcomes.

The Right Care Team is looking forward to working with you to improve patient outcomes. Together we can prevent and better manage heart attacks, strokes, heart failure, diabetes and Severe Acute Respiratory Virus-2.

Together we can save lives!

Nov 9, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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