The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $112 million to regional cooperatives to help 5,000 primary care professionals in 12 states advance heart health through electronic health records support, among other methods.

Designed to improve the heart health of approximately 8 million patients nationwide, the EvidenceNOW grants establish seven regional cooperatives that will provide small primary care practices with quality improvement services. These include onsite coaching, consultation from experts in healthcare delivery improvement, sharing of best practices, and EHR support.

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