SPHPMA Achieves National Recognition For Efforts To Reduce The Number Of Patients With Uncontrolled Blood Pressure
St. Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates (SPHPMA) has been recognized by the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Medical Association (AMA) for our commitment to helping improve blood pressure (BP) control rates among the patient populations we serve, earning Gold + level recognition under the 2021 Goal: BP ™ Recognition Program.
The Gold + award recognizes practices that have demonstrated a commitment to measurement accuracy and in which 70 percent or more of their adult patient population have controlled high blood pressure. Hypertension (high BP) is a major risk factor in the United States for heart attacks and strokes that can often be prevented or managed if diagnosed and treated correctly. Managing blood pressure is essential for better cardiovascular health.
Target: BP is a national collaboration between the AHA and AMA to reduce the number of Americans who suffer from heart attacks and strokes each year by urging physicians, health systems and patients to donate priority to BP control. The initiative aims to help healthcare organizations improve blood pressure control rates through the use of AMA MAP BP ™ evidence-based protocols and recognizes SPHPMA’s commitment to improving blood pressure control. blood pressure.
Congratulations to all!