Since 2015, the Heart Failure Policy Network has set out to make a meaningful difference to care for people living with heart failure. In 2017–18, we aimed to provide national policy advocates with a pragmatic tool to engage decision makers in implementing integrated heart failure care. The result, The handbook of multidisciplinary and integrated heart failure care has several aims:
- To help patient advocates and healthcare professionals communicate a shared, compelling and evidence-based policy case for change
- To win the support of key decision makers to challenge the status quo
- To encourage, facilitate, measure and, ideally, resource more consistent implementation of best practice.
Help us take the case for change to national governments.