The Australian Government made changes to some of the MBS items for cardiac imaging services to support high-value care and ensure patients have access to the most appropriate tests.
Wearable devices produced by the likes of Fitbit and Garmin have been making ever-increasing inroads into all aspects of our lives, and more particularly, into our ability to monitor our own health.
A recent study has shown that invasive surgery may not always be the best treatment for stable chronic angina and that similar results can be achieved with medical therapy and lifestyle changes.
Atrial fibrillation has been in the news lately, in particular as a risk for people over fifty, but it can also be a risk to young, very fit people too, as one of CVS's own staff discovered.
CRS Clinical Psychology Services is delighted to hear of the announcement that the 2020-21 Federal Budget.
A study published on January 14th 2019 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) has shown that a lack of sleep can lead to a rise in fatty plaque accumulation in our arteries.
One in five Australians aged 18-34 years have high cholesterol. Having a high cholesterol is a strong risk factor to both coronary heart disease and stroke.