Million Hearts®

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Million Hearts® 2027 Priorities

Million Hearts® is a national initiative to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes within 5 years. It focuses on implementing a small set of evidence-based priorities and targets that can improve cardiovascular health for all. Learn more about the initiative and explore the priority areas below to get resources to help you take action.

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Building Healthy Communities

To help make communities strong and healthy, Million Hearts® supports strategies for decreasing tobacco use, physical inactivity, and particle pollution exposure.

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Optimizing Care

Million Hearts® supports optimizing care by improving aspirin/anticoagulant use, blood pressure control, cholesterol management, and smoking cessation as well as increasing the use of cardiac rehabilitation.

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Focusing on Health Equity

Million Hearts® maintains a committed focus on specific populations experiencing inequities, including pregnant and postpartum women with hypertension, people from racial/ethnic minority groups, and people with behavioral health issues who use tobacco, who have lower incomes, or who live in rural areas or other ‘access deserts.’

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What’s New?

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Coming Soon!

The Million Hearts® Climate Change & Cardiovascular Disease Collaborative is a national forum where health care organizations can deepen their knowledge about the cardiovascular health threats that climate change and air pollution present, and how to address those threats. The forum kicks off November 3rd.

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Join the Cardiac Rehabilitation Collaborative

The Million Hearts® Cardiac Rehabilitation Collaborative is an open forum of multi-disciplinary professionals taking action to help at least 70% of eligible patients participate in cardiac rehabilitation.

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