Quadruple Aim

Preventing and Managing Prevalent, Costly, and Chronic Conditions

Chronic diseases—including cardiovascular (CV) disease, chronic lung disease, and diabetes—are leading causes of death and disability in the United States.

They are also leading contributors to the nation’s $3.5 trillion annual healthcare costs.1

6 of 10 adults

in the United States
have one chronic disease1

4 of 10 adults

in the United States
have two or more chronic diseases1

Deliver quality, standardized, cost-effective care to patients with chronic diseases using a well-established model

A three-pronged approach has been successfully guiding providers for over 20 years in delivering evidence-based care and achieving the Quadruple Aim for larger populations with chronic diseases.2

Learn about cardiometabolic evidence-based guidelines

Learn about COPD evidence-based guidelines