Resources for Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Professionals

Have You Read...? June 2016 Edition

Posted on Jun 14, 2016 11:37:23 AM


IT'S HARD KEEPING TRACK OF THE LATEST INFORMATION.

There is so much news in the world of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, it's hard to stay on top of it all. This "Have Your Read...?" section will be posted regularly, with the goal of providing you an easily-accessible resource of scholarly, industry and simply intriguing articles we think you'll enjoy and that can inform your work. Please let us know if there are articles you think should be included.

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Tags: cardiac rehabilitation, cardiovascular disease and women, St. Mary's Hospital, Decatur, medication adherance, plant-based nutrition, CHF, intestinal bacteria, congestive heart failure, silent heart attacks, yoga

AACVPR Integration, Windows® 7 Top Features of New VersaCare 2.1 Release for Cardiopulmonary Rehab

Posted on Jul 8, 2014 12:00:00 PM

The ScottCare Corporation announced the newest version of its multi-parameter telemetry solution, TeleRehab VersaCare 2.1, which is the industry’s first Windows 7-based cardiopulmonary rehab telemetry system and includes direct integration with the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation's (AACVPR) Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Data Registry.

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Tags: patient outcomes, cardiac rehabilitation, AACVPR Outpatient Cardiac Rehab Data Registry, AACVPR, registry, API

New Rechargeable Digital Transmitter for VersaCare Telemetry Solution

Posted on Oct 3, 2013 12:58:00 AM

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Tags: ScottCare, cardiac rehabilitation, telemetry, Windows 7, cardiopulmonary rehab, TeleRehab VersaCare, American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmona, AACVPR Outpatient Cardiac Rehab Data Registry

ScottCare Systems to Communicate with National Cardiac Rehab Registry

Posted on Sep 28, 2011 9:30:00 AM

The American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR) recently announced an expected release date of June 2012 for the National Cardiac Rehabilitation Registry. As stated on the AACVPR web site, the registry will provide cardiac rehabilitation programs with national outcomes data for benchmarking and demonstrate the positive impact of cardiac rehabilitation on the morbidity, mortality, physical function, and quality of life of heart patients across the United States.

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Tags: patient outcomes, cardiac rehabilitation, AACVPR, American Association of Cardionvascular and Pulmon, registry, API