The Flag, Identify, Network, DeliverTM initiative is an innovative program designed to close the gaps in care for individuals living with familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) and/or elevated lipoprotein(a), also known as Lp(a).
This comprehensive program uses the real-world application of artificial intelligence, implementation science, and quality improvement science to help healthcare systems screen their populations for individuals at high risk for having FH and/or elevated Lp(a).
Once identified and diagnosed, individuals and their health care teams are offered a network of supportive resources from the Family Heart Foundation.
“Despite all the challenges facing our healthcare system, joining the Family Heart Foundation’s learning collaborative has allowed us to improve care for families at high risk and assure we break down barriers to optimal care. Collaborating with other health systems has accelerated learning and improvement of our care processes to better respond to our patients needs.”
– Amit Khera, MD, Director, Preventative Cardiology Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center
To save generations of families from heart disease through timely identification and improved care of FH and elevated Lp(a).