Lt. Governor Miller Acknowledges American Heart Month/State Capitol’s Cardiac Ready Campus Designation

Lt. Governor Miller Acknowledges American Heart Month/State Capitol’s Cardiac Ready Campus Designation

We invite you to put on your best red and make plans to join us as North Dakota Lt. Governor Miller acknowledges American Heart Month with a proclamation and a celebration of the State Capitol’s Cardiac Ready Campus designation. This celebration will feature...
February 2 Is National Wear Red Day® | Bringing Awareness To Heart Month

February 2 Is National Wear Red Day® | Bringing Awareness To Heart Month

Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women. For too long, heart disease and stroke have taken the lives of the women we love. February 2, 2024, National Wear Red Day® is the icon day of American Heart Month. On the first Friday in February, join us as we...
Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Program Update

Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Program Update

Starting from January 1, 2024, certain non-physician practitioners (NPs, PAs, CNS) have been granted the authority to provide direct supervision for cardiac rehabilitation, intensive cardiac rehabilitation, and pulmonary rehabilitation services. Moreover, during the...
Chronic Disease Management Resources and Tools

Chronic Disease Management Resources and Tools

The Great Plains Quality Innovation Network helps providers with the prevention and management of chronic diseases by preventing cardiovascular events, promoting tobacco cessation, improving the management of diabetes to decrease complications and identifying...
NEW Episodes: Q-Tips For Your Ears Podcast

NEW Episodes: Q-Tips For Your Ears Podcast

Looking for health care information and quality resources? We added a few more episodes to our new podcast series: Q-Tips For Your Ears. This podcast is designed for everyone – healthcare professionals, patients and family members; sharing basic healthcare information...
Lt. Governor Miller Acknowledges American Heart Month/State Capitol’s Cardiac Ready Campus Designation

Exploring the Importance of Cardiac Rehabilitation Programs

According to the CDC, about 800,000 people in the United States have a heart attack every year. About 1 in 4 of those people already had a heart attack. Cardiac rehabilitation is a medically supervised program designed to improve an individual’s cardiovascular...
The New Epidemic: Oral Nicotine Pouches & A New FREE Digital Quit Program

The New Epidemic: Oral Nicotine Pouches & A New FREE Digital Quit Program

As more nicotine products are released, the more people that are getting hooked by addiction. As these pouches have gained popularity, concerns have been raised about their high nicotine content, youth-appealing flavors, and misleading claims about their health risks....