Thursday, July 21, 2016

New learning opportunity on racial and ethnic disparities in hypertension

Learning opportunity NOW ON DEMAND!

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Hypertension: Beginning the Conversation

African Americans are significantly more likely than whites to be diagnosed with hypertension yet are significantly less likely to achieve blood pressure goals despite equal or even higher levels of treatment. Medication adherence, economic issues, patient/physician communication, and differences in anti-hypertensive efficacy in blacks all contribute to these disparities.

Listen as Dr. Keith C. Ferdinand discusses how you can improve patient outcomes!

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