We are constantly working to improve HeartScore: another release is planned for 2022, with recommendations for physicians and patients, from the 2021 ESC Guidelines on CVD Prevention in Clinical Practice.
We are currently raising funds to deploy this update in HeartScore national versions.
The HeartScore Full Version with data storage functionalities is discontinued as of April 2022.
Testimonials from National Coordinators for CVD Prevention
Professor Margus Viigimaa, Estonia
"HeartScore is a convenient and useful tool for cardiologists and other physicians wishing to assess cardiovascular risk, plan and evaluate tailored risk factor intervention in high CVD risk subjects. It is technically well done and easy to use."
Professor Mirza Dilic, Bosnia & Herzegovina
"We expect to significantly improve the quality of the prevention programmes in general practice, outpatient clinics, general practice offices, i.e. in everyday clinical practice. We can improve standard care across the country and be sure that patients receive the best possible advice and be sure that our advice is fully understandable for a large majority of our patients. HeartScore will help us reduce morbidity and mortality in the overall population, but especially in a very important group of patients – asymptomatic high-risk individuals and their families."
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