HFPN launches European Heart Failure Mission infographic

News & Events

29 August 2023
AUTHOR: Ellen McIntosh

Today we are proud to launch a new infographic which showcases the core of what our European Heart Failure Mission stands to achieve. We want to show that investment in optimal heart failure care is an investment in a sustainable and resilient Europe, but this can only be a reality if policymakers take action.

The infographic raises awareness of heart failure as the leading cause of preventable hospitalisations in Europe, while highlighting key opportunities for limiting the risk. An accumulating body of evidence shows that early diagnosis and optimal care can reduce hospitalisations for heart failure, with innovative technologies playing a central role in both areas.

Heart failure advocates can use the infographic to make the case for change to their local policymakers and start meaningful conversations about the urgent need for investment in heart failure care.

You can find out more about our mission and other resources on our website.

Download the infographic

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