Value, Access & Adherence

To support the 84 million Americans who live with some form of cardiovascular disease the National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention has assembled a steering committee representing patients, providers, payers, government, and manufacturers to better understand challenges and existing best practices, and to identify and foster collaborative solutions to:

 

enhance health and well-being by supporting people’s access to evidence-based care that is appropriate for them

 

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Value & Access Clearinghouse

To support the 84 million Americans who live with some form 

of cardiovascular disease the National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention has assembled a steering committee representing patients, providers, payers, government, and manufacturers to better understand challenges and existing best practices, and to identify and foster collaborative solutions. 

Click here for the Value and Access Clearinghouse for resources and information on initiatives. 

 

Understanding Topics of Value and Access

in the Context of Cardiovascular Care

 

Understanding Topics of Value and Access in the Context of Cardiovascular Care” is a landscape report developed by the 

National Forum that lays out how patients, providers, payers, public health and industry view the value of therapies and what access means to them. 

There is value in diverse perspectives, and your contribution and commitment will help shape the success of this important initiative. Please join us. Contact Jen Childress at jen.childress@nationalforum.org for more information. 

 

 

 

This initiative’s overall goals are to address the increasingly important topic of patient access in the cardiovascular space. More specifically, it: 

Identifies leading access challenges faced by patients with cardiovascular disease
Brings together multiple stakeholders for dialogue to better understand both challenges and any best practices that exist
Develops collaborative solutions that can support patients and reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease