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Multidisciplinary Arrhythmia Summits

These programs will be singularly focused on the heart team approach for creating and growing an arrhythmia treatment program and managing post-operative pain. The education and discussions at these programs are more impactful when healthcare providers (HCPs) attend as a team (cardiac surgeon, electrophysiologist (EP), general cardiologist, advanced practice provider (APP), nurse navigator or other complimentary members of your heart team).



Cardiac Arrhythmia Treatment Summit: Becoming an Arrhythmia Treatment (ART) Surgeon

This program has been designed for advanced surgeons who currently treat complex arrhythmias and are seeking to increase their expertise and become ART surgeons.

The course focuses on:

  • Long-term effects of untreated arrhythmias
  • Heart failure (HF) and its deleterious effect on atrial fibrillation (Afib)
  • Patient Identification
  • Markers for Afib | Depressed LVEF | HF | Enlarged atria
  • The importance of restoring sinus rhythm and increasing cardiac output
  • Collaborative patient approach | Partnering with EPs for optimal care
  • Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with world class faculty and hear about their experience and road map to becoming an ART surgeon

Who should attend:

  • Cardiac Surgeons
  • APPs

This program will be offered annually.

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Hybrid Ablation Therapies Summit: Best Practices for Building a Hybrid Programs

This is a unique program and the first of its kind specifically designed for teams who would like to optimize their atrial fibrillation (Afib) ablation program through best practice sharing. Healthcare professionals (HCPs) should attend this program with other members of their hospital heart team.

Topics that will be covered include:

  • Provide education on appropriate patient selection to include:
    • Patient selection algorithms | Identifying and finding patients | Keeping the funnel flowing | Addressing colleagues and referring cardiologist
  • Developing a multidisciplinary team from referral to admission and from admission to discharge
  • Best practice sharing on procedural technique, anticoagulation considerations pre, intra and post-operatively.
  • How to build a sustainable Afib program and increase patient and community awareness and education.

 
Who should attend:

  • Cardiac Surgeons
  • Electrophysiologist (EPs)
  • Advanced Practice Providers (APPs)
  • Nurse Navigators
  • CV Services Administrators

This program will be offered annually.

Click below to register:

 

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