The ICHOM Standard Set for Atrial Fibrillation is the result of hard work by a group of leading physicians, measurement experts and patients. It is our recommendation of the outcomes that matter most to patients with Atrial Fibrillation. We urge all providers around the world to start measuring these outcomes to better understand how to improve the lives of their patients.
1 Both patient and clinician reported outcomes.
2 Both patient reported outcome and long-term consequence of treamtent.
3 Mortality (all cause and cardiovascular)
4 Systemic embolism and unclassied stroke also included.
Jeffrey Healey | McMaster University
Salvador Paiva | Association Friends of the Heart
Guo Yutao | Chinese PLA General Hospital
Ramon Corbalan | Universidd Catolica de Chile
Andreas Bollmann | Leipzig Univeristy
Prabhakar Dorairaj | Public Health Foundation of India London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Bridget Caffrey- Amstrong |
Shinya Goto | Tokai University
Menno Huisman | Leiden University Medical Center
Isabelle van Gelder | University Medical Center Groningen
Hans van Laarhoven | Harteraad
Hung Fat Tse |
Gyorgy Bathori | AIM Allience KIT
Elena Arbelo | Hospital Clinic de Barcelona
Amitava Banerjee | Farr Institute of Health Informatics
Matthew Fay | Warwick Medical School
Richard Hobbs |
Deirdre Lane | University of Birmingham
Trudi Lobban |
Adam Timmis | Queen Mary University
Gopi Dandamudi |
Christopher Granger l Duke University Medical Center
Michael Collins |
William Lewis | The MetroHealth System
Kate Koplan | The Southeast Permanente Medical Group
Christopher McLeod | Mayo Clinic
Spencer Moseley |
Benjamin Steinberg | International Society for Quality of Life Research
Mellanie True Hills | StopAfib.org American Foundation for Women’s Health
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