Highlights and Brief Lay Summary
- •An interprofessional collaborative practice can be a successful model in caring for underserved patients with heart failure.
- •Addressing social determinants of health can lead to improved heart failure outcomes.
- •Decreasing hospital readmissions among underserved patients with heart failure can significantly decrease costs for hospitals.
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