Program may help identify, manage cardiovascular risk in patients with psoriasis

Researchers have developed and piloted a centralized care coordination program to prevent cardiovascular events in patients with psoriatic disease, according to a study.
Although psoriasis is associated with premature mortality, mostly caused by cardiovascular events, dermatologists and rheumatologists have expressed concerns over having the time and expertise to consistently screen patients for these risks.
To close this evidence-to-practice gap that physicians encounter, researchers from Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania created and tested a centralized care

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