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Provider Toolkit


Thank you for your interest in the Million Hearts Delaware Provider Toolkit! If you have visited us at an exhibit table or event, you know we like to collect resources and articles that may be of interest to you. Feel free to browse through the full website, but below are a few tools and resources pulled together just for you! This site is a work in progress so visit often to see what is newly added!


General Resources

About Million Hearts Delaware

 Million Hearts Delaware Partner Tools



Know your A-B-C-S!


A is for Aspirin….

  • Primum Non Nocere | Article by Dr. Ed Goldenberg about aspirin use | Link to article



B is for Blood Pressure…



C is for Cholesterol…



S is for Smoking…



Other Bright Ideas…

Motivational Interviewing

Obesity Management

  • 2013 AHA/ACC/TOS Guideline for the Management of Overweight and Obesity in Adults (from Cardiosource): link to guideline


Reducing Sodium

Fact Sheets and Handouts from CDC website

Other tools you can use:

Million Hearts® Delaware Founding Partners

Christiana Care Health System
Delaware Center for Health Promotion at Delaware State University
Delaware Academy of Family Physicians
Delaware Academy of Medicine
Delaware Chapters of the American Heart Association
Delaware Greenways
Delaware Healthcare Association
Medical Society of Delaware
Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
Quality Insights of Delaware
American College of Cardiology - Delaware
State of Delaware, Division of Public Health

Million Hearts DE website is sponsored by the Delaware Academy of Family Physicians.

Delaware Academy of Family Physicias logo

Million Hearts DE is supported by a grant from Christiana Care Health System.

Christiana Care Health System
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