Vascular Today: Capitalizing on Untapped Growth Opportunity
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Indeed, the market for Vascular Services is expanding, with the number of programs nationwide increasing along with the aging of the population. In fact, vascular centers that address the full scope of patients’ care for patients with vascular disease, encompassing peripheral arterial disease, endovascular services, diabetes care, and stroke treatment, will be best positioned to take advantage of new revenue streams in the marketplace. Program development in hospitals has largely focused on growth in cardiac services. But systemic vascular disease—cerebrovascular, carotid, aortic, and peripheral vascular to name a few—is a growing concern, though many types remain under-diagnosed in the majority of the US population.
This has huge connotations in developing a cardiovascular program that is cardiac and vascular—designed to meet the needs of both highly overlapping populations.
- Planning for a Vascular Center
- Leadership and Governance
- Determining Scope of Services
- Ensuring a Multi-Disciplinary Approach
- The Credentialing Component
- And More...
A formalized vascular program can help your hospital capture a new revenue stream while diagnosing and treating patients in need of vascular care. Learn more about this booming sub-specialty today!