Cardiac Health (2021)
A review of 128 studies involving nearly 100,000 people who’ve had a heart attack, angioplasty, or heart failure found that those who participated in cardiac health programs were far less likely to be hospitalized and had a much better quality of life than those who did not.
According to the American Heart Association, healthcare costs have soared significantly as chronic diseases are highly prevalent, accounting for nearly 90% of all healthcare spending in the United States. Additionally, it costs 3.5 times more to treat chronic diseases than treating other conditions while accounting for 80% of all hospital admissions.
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