National & International Heart Health Program© Information
Using published Societal Clinical Guidelines, leading Cardiologists from around the world have developed the World€™'s most widely implemented and successful Early CAD Detection Program. This Program identifies CAD BEFORE the 1st symptoms, which for 50% are heart attack or death.

The National & International Heart Health Program establishes a completely new CV Service line to increase appropriate utilization of coronary artery calcium scoring and enable reclassification of "at risk" patients to improve medical management and avoid preventable deaths.
Clinical Outcomes (250,121 patients)
The National Heart Health Program identified 155,149 individuals (62%) with asymptomatic CAD at our 103 Member Sites over the past 4 years.

Conversely, 94,972 (38%) were re-classified as "Low Risk" as a result of a zero calcium score.

Over 18% of asymptomatic individuals previously classified as "Intermediate Risk" were re-classified with "likely occlusive CAD", and 8,992 individuals (4%) had scores over 1000, which is correlated with severe disease. Many of these patients went for surgical intervention due to imminent risk of a major cardiac event.

Journal of American College of Cardiology; 2016.

Program Impact
Hospitals and imaging centers, worldwide average <1 patient/day for Calcium Scoring procedures.

National & International  Heart Health Program sites average >8/day (+800%) with many metropolitan sites performing 15+/day.

Many patients are identified with significant disease and will require additional CV Services.

Science suggests that progression of CAD can be stopped and cardiac events avoided if the large "Intermedite Risk" population is tested as suggested by the Medical Guidelines and the Professional Societies.

Contact us today to learn more and help differentiate your hospital or clinic by joining the rapidly growing number of sites worldwide participing in the National  & International Heart Health Program.

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