Coming Soon: HFSA Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting 2020 September 30th - October 6th 2020.

The Health Disparities in Heart Failure livestream panel is a multidisciplinary panel discussion on healthcare disparities in heart failure. Panelists will discuss the social determinants of risks and outcomes for heart failure, the impact on patients, and how to address health inequities.   

Target Audience: Health care providers such as physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and certified diabetes educators 

Moderator: Ileana L. Piña, MD, MPH, FAHA, FACC, FHFSA - Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

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Cost: Complimentary, pre-registration required

Supporting Webinar Series

Quality Care Webinar Series: Part I - Understanding Patients Risk, Early Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Heart Failure

Meant as a supplement to the HFSA Provider and Patient Risk Assessment Toolkits, this webinar is the first in a series of webinars meant to provide additional training and guidance on recognizing at-risk patients and populations, early detection, and treatment and management of heart failure. 

Presenter: Natalie W. Pierson, MSN, RN, NC-BC, FHFSA, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania

Target Audience: Health care providers such as physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and certified diabetes educators 

HFSA gratefully acknowledges Amgen and AstraZeneca for their sponsorship of the Heart Failure Risk Assessment Tool Kit and the Understanding Patients Risk, Early Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Heart Failure webinar. 

Quality Care Webinar Series: Part II - Health Disparities and the Impact on the African Heart Failure Community

This webinar is the second in a series of webinars meant to provide additional training and guidance on understanding patient risk and early detection. This webinar will cover healthcare disparities in heart failure and the impact on the African Heart Failure Community.

Presenter: Natalie W. Pierson, MSN, RN, NC-BC, FHFSA, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania

Target Audience: Health care providers such as physicians, nurses, physician assistants, and certified diabetes educators