Strategies 1.4.1:
Increase the use of aspirin according to evidence-based recommendations for individuals without a history of coronary heart disease or stroke who are at increased risk of ischemic events.

Strategy from the 2011-2020 Minnesota Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Plan

Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services The 10th Scope of Work includes cardiovascular prevention campaign for aspirin.

Website: www.cms.gov


HealthPartners - Preventive Care Guidelines

HealthPartners' Preventive Care Guidelines include aspirin counseling for men 45-79 and women 55-79.

Website: www.healthpartners.com/public/health/preventive-guidelines/


University of Minnesota - Partners in Prevention: Reducing Heart Attack and Stroke in Minnesota
Partners in Prevention is an evidence-based, guideline-advised, cost-effective, statewide cardiovascular disease prevention program promoting the use of low-dose aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke in targeted age groups (men age 45-79 and women 55-79). The program proposes to increase the use of low-dose aspirin to reduce the incidence of heart attack and stroke in Minnesota through professional health education, shared media and mass media.

Contact: Karen Miller
Phone:
(612) 624-5961
E-mail:
askaboutaspirin@umn.edu
Website:
askaboutaspirin.umn.edu

If you would like to report current activity around this strategy, please contact Sueling Schardin at (651) 201-4051 or sueling.schardin@state.mn.us

 

Updated Tuesday, 10-Jul-2012 13:49:19 CDT