Blood Pressure and Cholesterol
Academic Detailing is a service that sends trained clinicians, such as pharmacists, nurses or doctors, into physicians' offices to provide unbiased, non-commercial, non-product-based information on disease prevention and treatment.
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- CDC Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention has developed sets of draft indicators to help states measure their effectiveness.
There have been several sessions on the indicators at grantee meetings
The Institute of Medicine released A Population-Based Policy and Systems Change Approach to Prevent and Control Hypertension in February 2010. Learn about the report. The CVH Council convened a workgroup of state members and CDC staff to identify and develop resources that can help the states implement the recommendations issued by the report. View the resources here.
Many states have projects addressing hypertension