Published on in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar

HEART Pathway Accelerated Diagnostic Protocol Implementation: Prospective Pre-Post Interrupted Time Series Design and Methods

HEART Pathway Accelerated Diagnostic Protocol Implementation: Prospective Pre-Post Interrupted Time Series Design and Methods

HEART Pathway Accelerated Diagnostic Protocol Implementation: Prospective Pre-Post Interrupted Time Series Design and Methods

Journals

  1. Romano M, Sardella M, Alboni F. Web Health Monitoring Survey: A New Approach to Enhance the Effectiveness of Telemedicine Systems. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(2):e101 View
  2. Alley W, Burns C, Hartman N, Askew K, Mahler S. 3 for the Price of 1: Teaching Chest Pain Risk Stratification in a Multidisciplinary, Problem-based Learning Workshop. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 2018;19(3):613 View
  3. Stopyra J, Snavely A, Lenoir K, Wells B, Herrington D, Hiestand B, Miller C, Mahler S. HEART Pathway Implementation Safely Reduces Hospitalizations at One Year in Patients With Acute Chest Pain. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2020;76(5):555 View
  4. Gliner V, Behar J, Yaniv Y. Novel Method to Efficiently Create an mHealth App: Implementation of a Real-Time Electrocardiogram R Peak Detector. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2018;6(5):e118 View
  5. DeLaney M, Neth M, Thomas J. Chest pain triage: Current trends in the emergency departments in the United States. Journal of Nuclear Cardiology 2017;24(6):2004 View
  6. Stopyra J, Snavely A, Hiestand B, Wells B, Lenoir K, Herrington D, Hendley N, Ashburn N, Miller C, Mahler S. Comparison of accelerated diagnostic pathways for acute chest pain risk stratification. Heart 2020;106(13):977 View
  7. Mahler S, Lenoir K, Wells B, Burke G, Duncan P, Case L, Herrington D, Diaz-Garelli J, Futrell W, Hiestand B, Miller C. Safely Identifying Emergency Department Patients With Acute Chest Pain for Early Discharge. Circulation 2018;138(22):2456 View
  8. Nicks B, Hiestand B, Kline J. Syncope Risk Stratification in the Emergency Department: Another Step Forward. Academic Emergency Medicine 2016;23(8):949 View
  9. Brener M, Tung J, Stant J, Sayan O, Suh E, Minutello R, Sharma R, Brener S, Melniker L, Moustakakis E, Neuberg G, Breen L, Nutovits R, Kats Y, Amaranto A, Pucillo A, Kirtane A, Rabbani L. An Updated Healthcare System-Wide Clinical Pathway for Managing Patients With Chest Pain and Acute Coronary Syndromes. Critical Pathways in Cardiology: A Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine 2019;18(4):167 View
  10. Smith L, Ashburn N, Snavely A, Stopyra J, Lenoir K, Wells B, Hiestand B, Herrington D, Miller C, Mahler S. Identification of very low-risk acute chest pain patients without troponin testing. Emergency Medicine Journal 2020;37(11):690 View
  11. Yau A, Nguyendo L, Lockett L, Michaud E. The HEART Pathway and Hospital Cost Savings. Critical Pathways in Cardiology: A Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine 2017;16(4):126 View
  12. Snavely A, Hendley N, Stopyra J, Lenoir K, Wells B, Herrington D, Hiestand B, Miller C, Mahler S. Sex and race differences in safety and effectiveness of the HEART pathway accelerated diagnostic protocol for acute chest pain. American Heart Journal 2021;232:125 View
  13. Halder D, Mathew R, Jamshed N, Yadav S, RL B, Aggarwal P, Narang R. Utility of HEART Pathway in Identifying Low-Risk Chest Pain in Emergency Department. The Journal of Emergency Medicine 2021;60(4):421 View
  14. O’Rielly C, Andruchow J, McRae A. External validation of a low HEAR score to identify emergency department chest pain patients at very low risk of major adverse cardiac events without troponin testing. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine 2021 View