Intermountain is engaging patients and the public in improving their health

By Joe Mott, Vice President, Healthcare Transformation, Intermountain Healthcare
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Intermountain believes one of the best ways to improve America’s healthcare system is to help people stay healthy in the first place. And when people are more engaged in maintaining good health, the benefits are significant: They’re healthier, their quality of life is better, they need fewer healthcare services, and their healthcare costs are dramatically lower.

How Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute brings research results to the patient

By Jason M Carlton
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Physicians and researchers from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute are presenting 21 original research projects at the 2014 American Heart Association Scientific Session in Chicago. Learn how research questions are born, cultivated and implemented to improve patient outcomes.

Heart Experts Travel to Chicago to Present Innovative Research to Enhance Patient Care

By Jeffrey L. Anderson, M.D.
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Thousands of heart researchers from around the nation will be gathering in Chicago for the 2014 American Heart Association Scientific Session conference. It’s an opportunity for heart experts and researchers to share and exchange information that will improve patient outcomes. Members of the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute team are making final preparations to present some of the research we have been working on, some for several years.