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Yael L. Maxwell

New York, NY
Senior Associate News Editor, TCTMD
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Covers:  interventional cardiology, cardiology, heart disease, medical education, medical training, cardiology fellowship, health, medicine, wellness

Senior Associate News Editor @TCTMD & #FellowsForum. Former @CenterHMP Media Fellow. Student of the world. All tweets my own.

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Yael L. Maxwell is Senior Associate News Editor of TCTMD and Senior Medical Writer and Editor in the Editorial Services Department of the Cardiovascular Research Foundation in New York City. She covers interventional cardiology research published in peer-reviewed journals and presented at large c...

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@TCTMD_Yael — 2,180 followers, 3,663 tweets

Nov 16, 2017

"There was a marked change in the venue in which [stress] tests were performed—a shift toward a higher cost environment that was induced by these reimbursement changes." --@Dr_BowTie65 https://t.co/Jh9da62X6Y #AHA17 @MedicareGov

Nov 15, 2017

THIS! Alas, I can never keep a straight face. Such an amazing team tying a giggly bow on #AHA17  https://twitter.com/ShelleyWood2/status/930900109474148352 

Nov 15, 2017

RT @ajaykirtane: This is REAL, and confidence in risk adjustment simply does not work in situations (like shock/STEMI) where time is…

Nov 15, 2017

Survey by @blumenthalDM1 and colleagues finds that 2/3 of NY/MA interventionalists have avoided high-risk PCI due to concerns about public reporting, 52% think upcoding happens, and 74% have little or no trust in risk-adjustment methods https://t.co/QBG2s76Fi8 #AHA17

Nov 15, 2017

RT @ShelleyWood2: Switching to cheaper clopidogrel was common in AMI patients in PRAGUE-18, but the switch did not increase risk of i…

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