ebook: How To Achieve The 2028 NHS England Long-Term Plan For Cardiac Rehab


How To Achieve The 2028 NHS England Long-Term Plan For Cardiac Rehab

NHS England has set a target for Cardiac Rehab services to achieve an 85% uptake by 2028. The British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR) has called on clinical services to look at alternative modes of delivery that maintain quality standards and patient outcomes whilst providing greater flexibility. Find out how digital therapeutics can help your service hit the target in just one year.

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What's in the eBook?

The Current Challenge

Understand the current challenges for cardiac rehab teams.

The Solution

How to employ a more flexible, menu-based service delivery model.

DECR: A Hybrid Model

How to increase completion rates and fit rehab more easily into each patient’s daily life.

Real World Evidence

See how cardiac teams are revolutionising rehab with myHeart.

DECR in action

See how Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Cardiac Rehabilitation team have achieved the 2028 NHS England Long-Term Plan For Cardiac Rehab.

Net Zero Carbon Emissions

myHeart can also help cardiac teams achieve the NHS net zero carbon emissions target.


Who is this eBook for?

This eBook is a must-read for anyone working in a healthcare organisation, cardiac rehabilitation service, or the life sciences and pharmaceuticals industries.

We explain the benefits of a hybrid menu-based service delivery model and give real-world examples of teams that have already hit the NHS 2028 long-term plan for cardiac rehab.

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