AUSTRALIA needs a national
heart attack register to
continuously track and monitor
cardiac services, according to an
article published this week in the
Medical Journal of Australia.
Authored by Heart Foundation
cardiologist Professor Derek Chew,
the article argues that having a
national register will tell medical
practitioners whether people are
getting the right tests and the right
procedures at the right time.
Professor Chew also said that a
national register would aid in
identifying high risk patients who
are falling through the cracks of the
current system and would help ...
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