The increased importance of cardiovascular (CV) disease is one of the topical factors affecting the modern healthcare sector. For this reason, for public health officials, it is vital to introduce specific measures that can help to improve the situation in the given sphere. Health promotion and risk prevention are possible methods to achieve improved outcomes. Statistics show that the awareness of central causes of CV problems remains low, and broad populations, especially aged people, possess a poor understanding of the disease (Varieur, Inal-Veith and Fuster, 2018). For public health officials, it is essential to outline the importance of control at the early stages as it might help to prevent the development of complications or fatal outcomes. In such a way, educating risk groups about the necessity of prevention and identification of the disease, public health officials might contribute to the improvement of the situation and the creation of a positive environment.
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Moreover, the introduction of additional integrated programs aimed at the resolution of the given problem can also be considered a useful method for the improvement of the situation. Thus, the integrated chronic disease management might help to reduce the number of patients with CV disease and improve their results (Varieur, Inal-Veith and Fuster, 2018). However, it demands the cooperation of public officials from different facilities and governmental support, as there is a need for additional financing and resources. For instance, the problem of breast cancer has always been topical for the healthcare, however, the combined efforts of public officials contributed to the increased awareness related to the issue and overall improvement of the situation (Varieur, Inal-Veith and Fuster, 2018). For this reason, similar actions might help to lessen the burden of cardiovascular disease for the USA and ensure a significant decrease in the number of new cases or deaths.
Varieur, J., Inal-Veith, A. and Fuster, V. (2018) ‘Cardiovascular health promotion: an issue that can no longer wait’, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 72(8). doi:10.1016/j.jacc.2018.07.007