Look for Atrial Fib Patients Who May Need Anticoagulation

Many of your atrial fibrillation patients aren't getting appropriate anticoagulation...with warfarin or a direct oral anticoagulant (DOAC).

Less than half of high-risk atrial fib patients are on an anticoagulant...and DOACs (Pradaxa, etc) are often dosed incorrectly.

Look for atrial fib patients who may need an anticoagulant. Patients are likely to benefit if they are age 65 or older...or have a prior stroke or TIA, hypertension, diabetes, or heart failure.

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