Publication - Strategy/plan

Heart Disease Improvement Plan

Published: 21 Aug 2014
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781784127039

The Heart Disease Improvement Plan sets out the priorities and actions to deliver improved prevention, treatment and care for all people in Scotland affected by heart disease.

Heart Disease Improvement Plan
Annex 1 - 2020 Route Map for Heart Disease in Scotland

Annex 1 - 2020 Route Map for Heart Disease in Scotland

Triple Aim: Quality of Care Health of the Population Value and Sustainability

HEART DISEASE IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2014

Delivering the 2020 Vision for Health & Social Care

Person Centred Care Safe Care Primary Care Unscheduled & Emergency Care Integrated Care Care for Multiple & Chronic Illnesses Early Years Health Inequalities Prevention Workforce Innovation Efficiency & Productivity
Priority 1: Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
Target case finding strategies for people at high risk of CVD
Priority 2: Mental Health for Heart Disease
Develop a mental health pathway for patients with heart disease
Deliver level 1 & 2 psychological support training
Priority 3: Secondary and Tertiary Care Cardiology
Improved patient-centred flow into, through, between and out of hospital for patients with chest pain
Develop local and regional pathways including strategy for cardiac investigation and intervention
Develop clear diagnostic and treatment pathway for patients with valvular disease
Priority 4: Heart Disease Management and Rehabilitation
Modernisation of cardiac rehabilitation services
Develop anticipatory care programmes for patients with heart disease
Develop condition and wellbeing self-management programmes for patients with heart disease
Priority 5: Heart Failure
Improve identification, diagnosis and long-term management of patients with heart failure
Improve patient centred flow into, through, between and out of hospital
Develop palliative care pathway for patients with heart failure
Priority 6: Arrhythmias
Improve identification, diagnosis and long-term management of patients with atrial fibrillation
Improve patient centred flow into, through, between and out of hospital
Develop pathways for the identification and treatment of patients at risk of familial arrhythmia conditions

Contact

Email: Cheryl McNulty