A Real-World Case Study Using Electronic Health Records: Reduced Ejection Fraction/Systolic Heart Failure


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Real-world evidence derived from de-identified patient information available in electronic health record (EHR) platforms may be leveraged to inform and advance appropriate care plans.

In this retrospective case study, real-world data demonstrated that nearly one third of ambulatory heart failure patients were not receiving at least one guideline-directed medical therapy (GDMT). The gaps in use and dosing of evidence-based GDMT suggest a care deficit exists such that treatment remains suboptimal for a significant number of heart failure patients.

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