Twice as many heart failure patients who are not treated on cardiology wards die (14% of all patients, vs 7%).
Men are more likely to have input from a heart failure specialist or cardiologist than women.
1 in 5 patients admitted to hospital with symptoms of heart failure are not seen by a heart specialist.
Up to 40% of people diagnosed with heart failure die within one year.
Less than a third of patients say their GP ordered a blood test for heart failure.
Heart failure is 1 of 5 long-term conditions responsible for 75% of unplanned hospital admissions.