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HeartScore®

A unique and interactive risk prediction and management system

HeartScore® is the electronic counterpart of the SCORE risk charts. Designed for health professionals, HeartScore® combines rapid total risk prediction with management advice. The online tool that can significantly improve the quality of the prevention programmes in everyday clinical practice. 



Access HeartScore Now!
Access HeartScore web-based version, available in 14 national versions and 17 languages or download the PC version


HeartScore® Benefits

  • Quick & easy risk estimation
  • Graphical picture of absolute CVD risk
  • Helps optimise the potential benefits of intervention
  • Identifies the relative impact of modifiable risk factors
  • Offers direct access to relevant information in current guidelines
  • Gives a tailored printed health advice based on the patients' actual risk profile
  • Encourages behavioural change & compliance to treatment 

Tailored to individual countries

HeartScore® can be easily adapted to different countries to offer clinicians a rapid, interactive access to appropriate local preventive advice. Several Country-Specific and translated versions of HeartScore® have been developed in close collaboration with the National Coordinator for CVD Prevention and the National Cardiac Societies.

Being flexible and interactive, HeartScore® can be updated in real-time as new cohort studies become available, and can incorporate new languages, new risk factors and new endpoints.