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About Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Prevention Education from the AMA

The American Medical Association understands how critical it is for current and future health care teams to be at the top of their game as they face the number one public health challenge. Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is responsible for one in five deaths in the U.S., making it the leading cause of death among adults. Staying up to date on the latest CVD developments, innovations and resources remains one of the most important ways to care for patients and secure a healthy future for all.

This CVD education featured on the AMA Ed Hub is part of the AMA’s efforts to be on the front lines of the chronic disease crisis, working to prevent and even reverse the effects of the most threatening chronic health conditions, including hypertension, diabetes, prediabetes and heart disease. The goal is to improve health outcomes by supporting health care organizations with proven, evidence-based quality improvement programs.

This education includes interactive modules on blood pressure measurement essentials, hypertension control, patient lifestyle modifications and more. These online tools and resources use the latest evidence-based information to help physicians and care teams measure accurately, act rapidly and partner with patients to reduce the impact of cardiovascular disease.

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