Coordinated Emergency Response Speeds Care to Heart Attack Patients

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Coordinated emergency response speeds care to heart attack patients
Coordinated emergency response speeds care to heart attack patients
An ambitious, coordinated emergency response effort modeled after a program that began at Duke Medicine to speed up heart attack care has now been applied to more than 23,000 patients in regions across the United States – and it appears to have saved lives. The project covered 16 cities—including New York, Atlanta, Tampa and Houston—representing roughly 10 percent of the U.S population.
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