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Webinar: Remote Management: Maintaining High Quality Heart Failure Care in a New Virtual World
Released: August 2020
Keyword(s): Pulmonary artery, PA pressure, remote management
The expert panel will review innovative strategies related to heart failure management. Through sharing best practices and case study examples, they will discuss the importance of pulmonary artery (PA) pressure remote monitoring of heart failure patients.
Kunjan Bhatt, MD
Heart Failure Cardiologist
Heart Hospital of Austin
Rita Jermyn, MD
Center for Advanced Cardiac Therapeutics
St. Francis Hospital
Long Island, NY
Andrew Sauer, MD
Center for Advanced Heart Failure & Heart Transplantation
University of Kansas Medical Center
Kansas City, KS
Audience: Healthcare professionals who manage the care of heart failure patients.
- Identify best practices for remote monitoring and telemedicine in the clinical management of heart failure patients.
- Discuss the benefits of remote monitoring with the CardioMEMS™ HF System for preserved ejection fraction and cardiac resynchronization therapy non responder patients.
- Understand the use of PA pressure thresholds to ensure efficient remote patient monitoring.
- Learn the benefits of a collaborative, cross functional heart failure team.
Cost: Complementary to all learners, HFSA members and non-members.*
*To download a webinar, users must create an account or have an existing account with the HFSA Learning Center to access the webinar.
Disclaimer: The content in this webinar represents the beliefs of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of Abbott or HFSA.
The activity “Remote Management: Maintaining High Quality Heart Failure Care in a New Virtual World” is not sponsored or endorsed by the HFSA. The webinar is not offered in the HFSA-accredited continuing education catalog; therefore, it is ineligible for continuing education units. No committee members or representatives of the HFSA have been involved in the planning of this activity.