COVID-19 Resources

Even in these trying times, the Right Care Initiative is committed to supporting our public health and medical leaders in our shared goal to better manage cardiovascular disease, as well as deaths and disabilities from heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes, all of which are associated with worse outcomes in this pandemic. We will continue to hold regular virtual forums (Right Care University of Best Practices) to share best practices. We have been asked to share reliable resources that health systems can draw on in our learning community as we work through the public health crisis driven by the pandemic together.

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Disclaimer: These are publicly available resources that are continually evolving. We will update this page as time permits.

Page last updated: 5.19.2020

University Clinical Guidelines and Recommendations

Additional COVID-19 University Resources – California

Additional COVID-19 University Resources – Non-California

COVID-19 and Cardiovascular Health Nexus: Right Care Initiative Virtual University of Best Practices Lectures

  • Insights on the Covid19 – Cardiovascular Nexus; Cardio-Diabetology; Plus Chronic Kidney Disease (Presentation | Video | Bio) [March 31, 2020]
    • William J. Bommer, MD, FACP, FACC – Chairman, Right Care Initiative Capital Region University of Best Practices; Executive Committee, American College of Cardiology, California Chapter; Professor, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, University of California, Davis
  • Cardiovascular Aspects of COVID-19 (Presentation | Video | Bio) [April 13, 2020]
    • Anthony DeMaria, MD – Founding Co-chair, Right Care University of Best Practices, San Diego; Judith and Jack White Chair in Cardiology, UCSD School of Medicine; Be There SD Co-Founder & Chairman; Former Editor in Chief, Journal of the American College of Cardiology

COVID-19 Cases, Data and Surveillance

Telehealth

Remote Hypertension Monitoring Resources

Key Government COVID-19 Websites

Ongoing Research