Siqin Ye, MD

All posts by Siqin Ye, MD

January 27th, 2014

Prevention Guidelines in Practice: Vignette 3

Tell us how you’d determine this 41-year-old African American woman’s 10-year CVD risk, and if you’d put her on a statin.

November 19th, 2013

An ‘Iron-Triangle’ of Patients, Providers, and Payers?

Several Cardiology Fellows who are attending AHA.13 in Dallas this week are blogging for CardioExchange. The Fellows include Vimal Ramjee, Siqin Ye, Seth Martin, Reva Balakrishnan, and  Saurav Chatterjee. You can find the previous post here. For more of our AHA.13 coverage of late-breaking clinical trials, interviews with the authors of the most important research, and blogs from our fellows on […]

November 18th, 2013

Cutting-Edge Lifestyle and Behavioral Interventions — Promises and Challenges at AHA.13

Do the studies discussed at the second Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Session show us the way to an exciting new era in prevention?

November 17th, 2013

The Gaps in the (Guide)Lines?

A blogger at the AHA.13 wonders whether we need better algorithms for assessing CV risk in an increasingly diverse U.S. or a better understanding of how to engage our patients under conditions of uncertainty to make the best patient-centered decisions.

November 16th, 2013

A Critical Time for Health Research?

A Cardiology fellow shares his thoughts on some key issues in healthcare as he prepares for the 2013 AHA Scientific Sessions.

February 1st, 2013

Reflections on Our Profession: Dr. James Fang Named Chief of Cardiology at the University of Utah


Jim Fang reflects on the changing landscape of academic cardiology and the evolving role of the physician investigator.