COVID-19 Content: An AHA Compendium

The American Heart Association is working to ensure optimal care for patients with cardiovascular disease who contract coronavirus (COVID-19). Patients with underlying cardiovascular diseases appear to have an increased risk for adverse outcomes with COVID-19. Here are some helpful resources for health systems, clinics, care providers, patients and the public.

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COVID-19 and the Heart

Mina Chung, MD interviews Eduardo Marbán, MD, PhD about his invited lecture on "COVID and the Heart," which he presented Monday during BCVS 2020. Read Dr. Marban's April article in Circulation Research entitled "COVID-19 and the Heart."


COVID-19 and Venous Thromboembolism

Mina Chung, MD interviews Sanjum Sethi, MD, MPH about his BCVS 2020 invited lecture on "COVID-19 and Thromboembolism," which presents some of the lessons he learned from treating COVID-19 patients during the pandemic surge in New York.

 


COVID | Updates from the Front Lines | San Francisco

CIRCULATION COVID team member Alana Lewis, MD interviews Michelle Albert, MD, MPH about how the COVID-19 pandemic has "unmasked" existing disparities of access and outcomes in treatment in the United States. Dr. Albert was awarded one of the AHA COVID-19 research grants.

View the full COVID | Updates from the Front Lines video series

Podcasts

AHA Center for Health Metrics and Evaluation


COVID-19 Data Challenge

The COVID-19 Data Challenge asks participants to use the AHA's Precision Medicine Platform (PMP) to test the relationships between COVID-19, other health conditions, health disparities and social determinants of health using their own data and/or data available on the Precision Medicine Platform.

Stage 1: May 12 - July 12, 2020
Stage 2: Sept. 1 - Nov. 1, 2020


Beneficial Business Exchange

This new AHA platform is for broad-scaled exchanges between businesses and organizations, not individuals — the focus is on organizational/community needs and helping donors meet those. Help spread the word!

American Heart Association | Who's taking care of health care? We Are. LEARN HOW.

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