The Heart Failure Society of America is pleased to announce the 2020 Board Certification Review Course will continue as planned on July 31-August 1 with necessary modifications in light of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation. To ensure the health, safety, and well-being of our attendees, faculty, staff, and the community, the course will be held as a virtual livestream and enduring course. HFSA is working diligently on creating an enhanced interactive and immersive virtual experience that will continue to deliver a premier learning experience and opportunities for interactivity and networking.
Details on what is included with registration fees can be found below.
Advance Registration Rate
Standard Registration Rate
|Physician: HFSA Member||$1,199||$1,399|
|Physician: Non Member||$1,599||$1,799|
|Other: HFSA Member||$1,049||$1,249|
|Other: Non Member||$1,275||$1,475|
All elements of the meeting are included in the fees for all registration types. This includes the following:
- Pre-recorded webinar series, available ondemand
- Livestream Sessions and OnDemand session recordings (available for all registered attendees to download within 24 hours after the live presentation)
- Faculty "Office Hours" - Only registered attendees are eligible to engage in this Q&A session with experts
If notice of cancellation is received in writing prior to July 15, 2020, registration fee will be refunded less a $150 administrative charge. Registration cannot be transferred. No refunds will be issued after July 15, 2020.
“The HFSA board review saved me!!! It was really truly helpful for the boards and just learning in general. I so appreciate it.” – GGM, MD
“Just a word of thanks and gratitude for all the assistance and guidance on preparation for the Advanced HF & Transplant Cardiology Boards. I found the exam quite challenging but would not have had a fighting chance had I not invested the time, effort, and money in this course. I can attest very accurately that the faculty is the best collection of lecturers I can remember in quite some time. Many thanks for your collective efforts.” – RBM, MD