ScottCare is honored to sponsor the Beverly Spraggins Awards of Excellence for the Texas Association of Cardiovascular Pulmonary Rehabilitation (TACVPR), presented last week at the 2017 TACVPR annual conference. These awards recognize outstanding contributions by an individual TACVPR member and an individual program that are motivated to improve the lives of patients and their families as well as the practice of cardiac and/or pulmonary rehabilitation. The individual recipient must demonstrate the ability to lead by example and serve as a role model for professionals and patients. Learn more about the history of the awards.Read More
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During the last 50 years, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs have seen metamorphic changes that have helped patients lead longer, more productive lives. In five decades we have seen patient hospital stays decrease from 10 days to four, with exercise programs progressing from mere ambulation to vigorously intense programs using not only cardiovascular workouts but rigorous resistive training utilizing computerized equipment.Read More
ScottCare is pleased to highlight the 2016 winners of the Texas Association of Cardiovascular Pulmonary Rehabilitation (TACVPR) Beverly Spraggins Awards of Excellence, presented at the 2016 TACVPR annual conference. These awards annually recognize outstanding contributions by an individual TACVPR member and an individual program that are motivated to improve the lives of patients and their families as well as the practice of cardiac and/or pulmonary rehabilitation. The individual recipient must demonstrate the ability to lead by example and serve as a role model for professionals and patients.Read More
The 31st Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR), taking place Sept. 7-10, promises to be its most significant in many years. As a Crown Level Supporter of AACVPR, ScottCare is proud to support this year's conference through our exhibit and vendor session (see details below), and we're excited to re-connect with our customer, colleague and partner friends to both educate and celebrate!Read More
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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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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.