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Beyond Intervention

Our new white paper Improving Patient Experience By Addressing Unmet Needs In Vascular Disease takes a closer look at key opportunity areas in the earliest stages of the vascular patient journey.

The research explores how standardizing processes and adopting new technologies can help doctors and health leaders provide more personalized patient care, deliver better data-driven decision making, and drive an increasingly connected care continuum. Our new research also focuses more specifically on health equity, digging deeper on the experiences of often-underserved populations including pre-intervention peripheral artery disease (PAD) and coronary artery disease (CAD) patients.


Our new study explores the perceptions and experiences of over 1,800 patients, physicians, and health care leaders revealing drastic differences among stakeholders and patient-types.

Addressing Racial and Gender Bias in Cardiovascular Care Supplement – NEW

Did you know women with Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) report poorer clinical outcomes and patient experience compared to their male counterparts? It’s time to change that.

PAD 2021 Supplement

Vascular diseases impact patients differently. Our study confirmed that PAD patients tend to have a significantly more difficult journey than their CAD counterparts. Underserved patients are also disproportionally impacted. These challenges have the potential to produce severe consequences such as amputations.

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

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