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Inpatient and follow-up cardiology care and mortality for acute coronary syndrome patients in the Veterans Health Administration

The impact of inpatient and follow-up cardiology care on patient outcomes after acute coronary syndrome (ACS) hospital discharge is unknown. This was a retrospective cohort study of all patients with ACS discharged from Veterans Health Administration facilities from 2003 to 2004. Patients were strat... Full description

Journal Title: American Heart Journal 2007, Vol.154(3), pp.489-494
Main Author: Ho, P. Michael
Other Authors: Luther, Stacie A , Masoudi, Frederick A , Gupta, Indra , Lowy, Elliott , Maynard, Charles , Sales, Anne E , Peterson, Eric D , Fihn, Stephan D , Rumsfeld, John S
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title: Inpatient and follow-up cardiology care and mortality for acute coronary syndrome patients in the Veterans Health Administration
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  • Ho, P. Michael
  • Luther, Stacie A
  • Masoudi, Frederick A
  • Gupta, Indra
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  • Sales, Anne E
  • Peterson, Eric D
  • Fihn, Stephan D
  • Rumsfeld, John S
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description: The impact of inpatient and follow-up cardiology care on patient outcomes after acute coronary syndrome (ACS) hospital discharge is unknown. This was a retrospective cohort study of all patients with ACS discharged from Veterans Health Administration facilities from 2003 to 2004. Patients were stratified into 2 categories of cardiology care: (1) inpatient and follow-up cardiology care within 60 days after discharge and (2) other levels of cardiology care (inpatient only, outpatient only, and neither inpatient nor outpatient). Multivariable regression assessed the association between inpatient and follow-up cardiology care with all-cause mortality, adjusting for demographics, comorbidities, hospital presentation and treatment variables, and clustering by site. Of 4933 patients with ACS, the majority (71.6%) had inpatient and follow-up cardiology care. Patients with inpatient and follow-up cardiology care were more likely to have prior coronary...
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The impact of inpatient and follow-up cardiology care on patient outcomes after acute coronary syndrome (ACS) hospital discharge is unknown.

This was a retrospective cohort study of all patients with ACS discharged from Veterans Health Administration facilities from 2003 to 2004. Patients were stratified into 2 categories of cardiology care: (1) inpatient and follow-up cardiology care within 60 days after discharge and (2) other levels of cardiology care (inpatient only, outpatient only, and neither inpatient nor outpatient). Multivariable regression assessed the association between inpatient and follow-up cardiology care with all-cause mortality, adjusting for demographics, comorbidities, hospital presentation and treatment variables, and clustering by site.

Of 4933 patients with ACS, the majority (71.6%) had inpatient and follow-up cardiology care. Patients with inpatient and follow-up cardiology care were more likely to have prior coronary...

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