Q&A With Patrick T. O'Gara From Brigham & Women's Hospital: Value Based Care Affects Cardiology Much Like Other Medical Fields

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As value based care becomes a buzz word in the medical industry doctors are learning what it means for their practice and how they can utilize it while still applying the same level of attention to their patients as they did in the past.

As value based care becomes a buzz word in the medical industry doctors are learning what it means for their practice and how they can utilize it while still applying the same level of attention to their patients as they did in the past.

Patrick T. O'Gara, MD, from Brigham and Women's Hospital and Immediate Past President of the American College of Cardiology discussed how this change in practice has affected the work of cardiologists and what it means to being successful going forward.

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