A "Lifeline" for Heart Attack Patients in Iowa

Mission: Lifeline is transforming care for heart attack patients in Iowa, with support from Helmsley’s Rural Healthcare Program.

Public News Service highlights how Mission: Lifeline, an initiative of the American Heart Association, is saving lives by improving emergency response in the upper Midwest. The article discusses some of the gaps that lead to less effective care for rural Americans and how Mission: Lifeline is addressing these problems. Over the past two years, close to 100 emergency medical service agencies and 40 hospitals in Iowa have been awarded funding through Mission: Lifeline.

Read the full article at publicnewsservice.org.