Million Hearts® 2022

Making More Progress Faster Together


FEBRUARY 14, 2017  |  Download Slides  |  Playback Recording (60 min)

Guest Speaker: Dr. Janet WrightWith Valentine’s Day just around the corner, hearts are almost everywhere you look. As healthcare professionals, let this imagery serve as a reminder of the importance of heart health and celebrate by learning about the future of the national Million Hearts® initiative.
 
Join the Home Health Quality Improvement (HHQI) team and participating home health agencies from across the country as we welcome Million Hearts® Executive Director Janet Wright, MD, FACC to present a free 60-minute webinar appropriate for leadership, clinicians and anyone interested in preventing heart attacks and strokes.
 
Dr. Wright will discuss impacts made by the national initiative since 2012, plans for Million Hearts® 2022 and how home health providers can support the initiative and make a significant impact on patients’ lives. 

After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
  • Describe the aim, design, and priorities of Million Hearts® 2022
  • Million Hearts® logoUnderstand current trends in cardiovascular disease events and mortality and how reaching Million Hearts® targets can impact those trends
  • Access and use valuable resources available on the Million Hearts® website
  • Identify at least three evidence-based cardiovascular tools and resources to integrate into your current quality plan

A SPECIAL VALENTINE TREAT: FREE CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT


This activity has been approved for 1.25 hours of nursing continuing education (CE) by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver of the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). To receive CE credit, participants must watch the 60-minute webinar and complete an additional 15 minutes of related coursework in HHQI University. Get step-by-step instructions.

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