Observational Registry of Treatment Patterns in U.S. Heart Failure Patients with Reduced Ejection Fraction
Heart failure is a prevalent and serious condition associated with a high risk of mortality and hospitalization. Efficient heart failure management can minimize symptoms, optimize clinical outcomes and lower costs in this high-risk patient population. The recent market approval of new therapies for heart failure marks an important opportunity to better understand the decision process of both healthcare provider and patient factors in the management of their disease. To better illuminate the care and outcomes of chronic heart failure patients, this study provides an opportunity to understand real-world treatment patterns in US heart failure patients with reduced ejection fraction as a prototype for evidence adoption in clinical care.