Heart Failure Prevention Methods: Keeping Socioeconomically Unstable Heart Failure Patients out of the Hospital
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This proposed study intends to compare the effect of two preventative techniques on hospital readmissions and mortality rates for HF patients, using a specific population that is socioeconomically unstable and considered underrepresented in previous studies.
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