Mitter SS and Pinney SP. Med Clin North Am 2020 - Review.
Patients hospitalized for heart failure pose a considerable clinical and financial burden on the health care system. Early recognition and deep phenotyping of heart failure for reduced and preserved ejection fraction syndromes facilitate the introduction of appropriate guideline-directed therapy and decongestion strategies to help improve heart failure morbidity and mortality. Robust and safe transitions of care programs are needed to deliver adequate care and improve overall survival.