There are approximately 23,000 cardiologists in the United States, each with about 1,200 patients. Imagine for a moment if each cardiologist only had 12 patients. How different would the quality of care be? How much better would the cardiologist understand each of their patients? How many heart attacks and strokes might be avoided because more frequent patient interaction with a complete understanding of their entire health picture would allow the cardiologist to deliver superb, customized attention?
Modernizing Cardiac Care