A Quality Improvement Framework for Equity in Cardiovascular Care

The results from a 32-month long national collaborative, Expecting Success: Excellence in Cardiac Care show that collection of self-reported patient data on race, ethnicity, and language can be applied with quality improvement techniques to benefit cardiovascular care outcomes for minority patients.

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