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Acting Rapidly With Pharmacotherapy – Step 2 in Hypertension Control

This activity trains physicians, providers, and other care team members on the importance of reducing therapeutic inertia and improving patients– blood pressure control. This goal of improving blood pressure control is accomplished through a combination of using an evidence-based treatment protocol, using single-pill combination antihypertensive medications, and following up frequently with patients until BP control is achieved.

This training will highlight the importance of treatment intensification and review strategies to address therapeutic inertia and its contributing factors.

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Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Education from the AMA logo

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Prevention Education from the AMA is part of an effort to prevent and even reverse the effects of the most threatening chronic health conditions. Learn more

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