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300 million life-years have been lost to cardiovascular diseases.1 It's time we reimagine patient care.

We are at an inflection point in the treatment of vascular disease. New technologies and opportunities for data-driven insights are being developed and adopted at unprecedented speed. How do we adopt these technologies to improve patient care?

Our new white paper examines a cross-section of the global healthcare system with over 1400 respondents including patients, physicians, and administrators to identify how to unlock innovation. Data is one key:

  • 92% of patients think that sharing their personal health information is important for future generations.
  • 88% of physicians prioritize having patient history information, but only 30% report the ability to easily access it.2
  • 55% of administrators think technology can improve decision making at diagnosis.

It’s time to connect the care continuum for the 18 million people impacted by vascular disease today.3

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In our primary research, we surveyed

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Across 9 countries: US, UK, China, Japan, India, France, Germany, Italy, and Brazil

Connecting the Care Continuum

Technology can connect the dots, empowering doctors to deliver better outcomes and creating a continuum of care that goes beyond intervention.

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Beyond Intervention: Personalized vascular care through technological innovation

Top Report Highlights & Trends

  • Patients want more individualized, personalized care:
    • 72% of patients responded that health data that “lets my doctor see my problem and act on it in a tailored-for-me-manner” is very important.
    • 61% want their doctors to use new technologies that monitor progress and provide information to show that the treatment is working.
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  • Physicians live in a data world – and need better ways to harness it:
    • 55% of physicians feel they do not have enough time to spend with patients and 42% want more insight into aftercare and patient adherence.
    • 88% of physicians prioritize having patient history information, but only 30% report the ability to easily access it.2 Similarly, 83% of physicians believe that access to medication adherence information is important, but only 17% can easily retrieve it electronically.
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  • Administrators need to deliver more value – by looking ‘beyond intervention’
    • 88% of administrators named patient satisfaction as highly important to the overall procedure experience in the hospital
    • 46% of administrators say the lack of appropriate tools to aid with medication adherence and lifestyle change are a barrier to better care for patients; misdiagnoses or inability to property diagnose was an additional barrier identified by 41%
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Technology has the potential to help connect the dots across the care continuum - not just at the point of intervention.

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A Vision for the Future: Improved Patient Care for Vascular Disease

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Abbott leaders reflect on the challenges of treating vascular disease today and look beyond intervention

References

  1. GBD 2017 Causes of Death Collaborators. Global, regional and national age-sex-specific mortality for 282 causes of death in 195 countries and territories, 1980-2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. Lancet 2018; 392: 1736-88
  2. Tracey Walker, “Survey Uncovers Key Gaps in Provider Access to Patient Data" Managed Healthcare Executive, May 4, 2018
  3. "Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs)," World Health Organisation, May 17, 2017

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