Referral to cardiac rehab must be improved

November 2008
Patient Education Management;Nov2008, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p123
Academic Journal
The article reports that the referral rate for cardiac rehabilitation program for people who have experienced a cardiac event is low and suggests ways on how to encourage patients to enroll in the program.


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