Real-Time Monitoring of Heart Failure Across the Yale New Haven Health System (Yale-HF)
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The Yale HF Registry is a live EHR based registry that allows for retrospective and real-time monitoring of Heart Failure case across the Yale New Haven Health System.
Condition or disease
Heart FailureHeart Failure With Reduced Ejection FractionHeart Failure With Preserved Ejection FractionHeart Failure NYHA Class IV
Electronic Health Records based registries can be an important resource for precision medicine delivery by understanding the population burden of chronic diseases such as heart failure. These registries can allow for a deeper understanding of gaps in guideline recommended therapies among patients who are under the purview of large, integrated Therefore, we have created a live registry within the integrated Yale New Haven Health System—the Yale Heart Failure Registry—that includes all patients with a diagnosis of HF and has detailed information about demographics, comorbidities, laboratories, imaging, medications, and clinical outcomes (including hospital readmissions). The registry is updated daily and can be queried for clinically relevant questions aimed at quality improvement.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Retrospective and Real-Time Monitoring of Heart Failure Across the Yale New Haven Health System Via a Live Registry