Cardiovascular Health and Disease Surveillance for 2030 and Beyond
Published: January 29, 2020
- Surveillance is a tool that captures current heart disease and stroke data, accommodating analysis and ultimately enhancements to the public health system’s abilities to improve outcomes.
- Current surveillance must be modernized to incorporate new dimensions and domains and must be capable of evolving as new risk factors and novel technologies emerge.
- Better cardiovascular disease (CVD) surveillance is needed to combat the challenges we face in access to quality CVD care.