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Category Archives: Cardiopulmonary Industry Experts

How to Age Well | Healthy Aging Theory + Practice

How to Age Well | Healthy Aging Theory + Practice

Aging is something we have no choice in – it’s a natural process. We can however choose our response – to embrace it rather than resist. In late May, LSI consultant Dr. Carl King, EDD, MAACVPR, had the opportunity to speak to a room full of seniors trying to do just that – age well. Read more »

Top 5 Articles for Cardiopulmonary Professionals in June

Top 5 Articles for Cardiopulmonary Professionals in June

During the day-to-day focus of providing personalized care to patients, it can be difficult finding time to stay on top of the latest in the cardiopulmonary industry – not to mention finding the information in the first place. Let us save you some time – we’ve put together 5 cardiopulmonary articles we think are must-reads, giving you new ideas, talking points and inspiration for your work.

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Roadmap to Registry 2.0 | AACVPR Registry National Outcomes and Impact

Roadmap to Registry 2.0 | AACVPR Registry National Outcomes and Impact

Since the launch of the AACVPR Registry, one thing has remained clear, outcomes-based measurement isn’t going away any time soon. Are you set up for success? Today we’re launching part two of our new series, Roadmap to Registry 2.0, where we’re exploring the current state of the registry and where the next steps (what we’re calling, Registry 2.0) will lead the industry. Read part one of this series here. Read more »

Roadmap to Registry 2.0 | A History of the AACVPR Registry

Roadmap to Registry 2.0 | A History of the AACVPR Registry

Since the launch of the AACVPR Registry, one thing has remained clear, outcomes-based measurement isn’t going away any time soon. Are you set up for success? In our new series, Roadmap to Registry 2.0, LSI is exploring the current state of the registry and where the next steps (what we’re calling, Registry 2.0) will lead the industry in the future.
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Live Workshop Recording Available Now: The Individual Treatment Plan

Live Workshop Recording Available Now: The Individual Treatment Plan

Providing state-of-the-art care requires vision for the future. LSI is committed to supporting educational opportunities for cardiopulmonary clinicians to get a clearer picture of what is going on in the industry and where it is going.

As part of an educational sponsorship from LSI, AACVPR is offering a live recording of the Day on the Hill workshop, “The Individual Treatment: The Past, Present and Future.” The live recording is available for purchase and features presenters, Bonnie Anderson, MS, RCEP, FAACVPR; Mark Stout, MS, CCRP, FAACVPR; and Karen Lui, RN, MS, MAACVPR, from GRQ Consulting, LLC. Read more »

The Science of Physiological Data Acquisition and Utilization

The Science of Physiological Data Acquisition and Utilization

LSI is proud to have the 30-year expertise of Dr. Carl King, former AACVPR president, as part of our consultative team. To help keep you informed and inspired in your practice, we’ve collected three key takeaways from Dr. King’s recent MSCVPR presentation on the Science of Physiological Data Acquisition and Utilization.

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Two Simple Ways To Improve Your Cardiac Rehab Program by Ash Walker – Southeastern Health

Two Simple Ways To Improve Your Cardiac Rehab Program by Ash Walker – Southeastern Health

Bob Dylan had a song entitled The Times They Are A-Changin. Never has that felt truer in cardiac rehabilitation. Insurance regulations, administrative expectations, and limited resources make delivering cardiac rehabilitation very challenging.  As healthcare changes, there are some things that stay constant. I want to share two simple themes that will help your program thrive in times of uncertainty and change. These are things that have served me and my program well over the years. Read more »

Heart Failure: A Great New Opportunity, A Great New Responsibility

Heart Failure: A Great New Opportunity, A Great New Responsibility

Heart Failure

CMS has approved Heart Failure (EF<35%) as an admitting diagnosis for Cardiac Rehabilitation. The actual date for usage of the diagnosis has yet to be determined, although we’re hoping for Spring 2014 date. By some estimates, the Heart Failure diagnosis, may increase your potential pool of eligible patients for your Cardiac Rehabilitation Program by 25-35%. Read more »