Allen Anderson from Northwestern Medicine: Treatment of Heart Failure Still Poses Challenges in Care

The diagnosis of heart failure is a common problem cardiologists face on a daily basis both in the hospital and outpatient settings. Finding the best treatments to help their quality life remains an issue being addressed across cardiology.

The diagnosis of heart failure is a common problem cardiologists face on a daily basis both in the hospital and outpatient settings. Finding the best treatments to help their quality life remains an issue being addressed across cardiology.

Allen Anderson MD, from Northwestern Medicine in Chicago discussed some of the latest developments in the treatment of the condition during a recent interview with MD Magazine. Anderson said there are "several areas" that need to be addressed in the condition to help ensure patients survive longer past their diagnosis and monitoring patients whether they are in the hospital or at home among other "complex," issues that can help keep people safe and healthy in the long run.