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How to find a doctor if you have heart failure

Heart Failure Quality Indicator Guide

Doctors vary in quality due to differences in training and experience; hospitals differ in the number of services available. The more complex your medical problem, the greater these differences in quality become and the more they matter.

Clearly, the doctor and hospital that you choose for complex, specialized medical care will have a direct impact on how well you do. To help you make this choice, read more about our Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute outcomes

See: About Us to learn more about the Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute at Cleveland Clinic.

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