Education and Training
AtriCure is committed to aiding healthcare professionals adapt to evolving products and techniques. Our healthcare professional training programs are designed with the guidance of an Education Steering Committee comprised of key opinion leaders to help individuals at all experience levels learn more about the surgical treatment of atrial fibrillation. We are dedicated to helping you focus on deepening your expertise and improving patient care.
Maze IV Training Program
The first and ONLY training course on the concomitant surgical treatment for persistent and longstanding persistent atrial fibrillation patients.
Trained Physician Benefits:
TRAC-AF Patient Outcomes Registry
The TRAC-AF Registry is an online tool developed to assist surgeons, cardiologists, and electrophysiologists in accurately and efficiently collecting patient specific data on ablation procedures, as well as patient outcomes. The tool was developed in collaboration with leading ablation physicians and nurses to be consistent with the HRS Expert Guidelines for Afib outcomes. Capturing data is simple enough for centers without full time data collection staff, but sophisticated enough to provide meaningful data analysis. The Maze IV is the only comprehensive ablation registry that provides individual centers complete control over their data and outcomes reporting. No other center, or the sponsor, can access your data. We believe the registry will not only improve patient outcomes, but also strengthen relationships between surgeons and referring physicians. By providing this valuable feedback tool on the impact of ablation procedures, it is easier to share comparative results with referring physicians in a systematic, objective reporting format.
1 / Easy Access
Web-based and compatibility with any browser allow for easy access.
2 / Data Secure
Each center has unique logins for physicians and nurses. Centers can only view or extract their own data; not that of other individual centers.
3 / Efficient
Forms are simplified for rapid entry at each contact point; pre-op, peri-op, interventions, and at scheduled and unscheduled follow ups.
4 / Forms Management
Completed input forms can be printed for patient charts.
5 / Standardized Reporting
Standardized outcomes reports by Afib classification, index procedure and by length of follow up. An overdue patient follow-up report is also available to quickly identify gaps in data collection.
For more information about our international training courses, visit AF Connect.