Q&A With Scott Solomon From Brigham & Women's Hospital: New Study Shows Improvement In Rehospitalization In Heart Failure Patients

December 15, 2015
Adam Hochron

Rehospitalization is becoming a growing concern in the health care field with health systems facing financial consequences if they do not reach certain benchmarks. A recent study of an approved medication showed benefits in this area that could help patients and providers alike.

Rehospitalization is becoming a growing concern in the health care field with health systems facing financial consequences if they do not reach certain benchmarks. A recent study of an approved medication showed benefits in this area that could help patients and providers alike.

Scott D. Solomon, MD, from Brigham & Women's Hospital discussed the new results of the Paradigm study looking at hospitalization and the impact of Valsartan/sacubitril and what it can mean for future care of patients with this condition during the American Heart Association's annual meeting in Orlando.