Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

How to develop a national strategy to prevent cardiovascular disease?

Slides (presentation) - June 18, 2011

How to develop a national strategy to prevent cardiovascular disease?

Prof. Roger Boyle
National Director for Heart Disease and Stroke
University College London, Department of Health, London


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How to develop a national strategy to prevent CV disease?

Prof Sir Boyle about the current health care system in the UK with a focus on the tangible improvements in cardiovascular health seen in the last years.
Tuesday 20th January 2009
The English NHS is a large complex system
Change in philosophy in the NHS Focus on quality of care
Satisfaction with the NHS is increasing
Spending on Health, 1980–2007
Efficiency scores
Age-standardised CHD mortality
National Service Framework for Coronary Heart Disease
Process
Modernising care
National audits and registries
Heart programme Twin track approach
Ban on advertising
Advertising campaign against fat
Cholesterol levels
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Trend in prescriptions for CV drugs
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Rapid access chest pain clinics (National network – every hospital)
Thrombolysis rates for acute myocardial infarction
Proportion of patients discharged on secondary prevention medication,
Falling mortality rates – MINAP data
Falling mortality rates – MINAP data
Circulatory Disease Mortality Target
Mortality from all circulatory diseases
CV Deaths averted

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