Reduced Registration for In-Person Meetings. The HFSA Annual Scientific Meeting, the HFSA Board Certification Review Course: Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology, the Comprehensive Heart Failure Review and Update Course, and more (view the Events calendar). HFSA members receive significantly reduced rates to attend this stellar lineup of education sessions
HFSA Learning Center Discounts and Free Content. Receive free and discounted educational content in the HFSA Learning Center. The HFSA Learning Center allows online access to HFSA’s most popular in-person meetings and courses, providing CME and MOC credit
Education Delivered by Multidisciplinary Experts. Learn from all members of the heart failure care team with interprofessional leaders sharing case studies, hands-on workshops, research, and best practices
Subspecialty Certification. Heart failure certification recognizing competencies in guideline-directed heart failure management. Coming in 2020!
In-Person Connections. Build relationships, create new connections, and seek collaboration opportunities at in-person networking activities during HFSA meetings and events
Online Connections. Connect and collaborate with your colleagues, mentors and trainees through HFSA’s online networking platforms – coming soon!
Mentorship. Establish one-on-one mentorship relationships with longstanding leaders of the heart failure community both within and across disciplines
Industry Partners. Build meaningful relationships with corporate partners in the heart failure field
Journal of Cardiac Failure
Receive a complimentary subscription (online and print) to HFSA’s official scientific publication the Journal of Cardiac Failure. Includes full access to all past and current online issues, as well as supplements of all abstracts presented at the HFSA Annual Scientific Meeting
HFSA Research Network. Become a member of the Heart Failure Research Network, which connects public and private companies in need of heart failure research with researchers and research sites in the heart failure field
Scientific Statements and Guidelines. Get access to the most up-to-date and developing scientific statements, from major guidelines to focused consensus statements. Opportunities to participate in the development of papers that impact the heart failure
Recognition. Become a member of the only multidisciplinary American organization devoted to advancing the field of heart failure
Volunteer. Influence policy, research and education in heart failure by becoming a member of a HFSA committee. Other volunteer opportunities include participation in government panels, becoming a speaker at a HFSA event, and more
Share Your Work. Abstract submissions, session proposals, articles for HFSA publications… all of these opportunities are available to you as a member of HFSA
Fellowship. HFSA members are eligible to become fellows of HFSA. FHFSA designation sets you apart in the field of heart failure
Awards. HFSA has numerous award opportunities for members, including the Lifetime Achievement Award, JNC New Investigator Award, Nursing Awards, and more
Membership Categories and 2020 Pricing
HFSA proudly serves heart failure clinicians, researchers, scientists, patients, and more. Explore all HFSA membership categories and pricing below.
All rates in U.S. dollars
Physician – $399
MDs, DOs or equivalent engaged in heart failure practice or research, located in the U.S.
Nurse – $200
Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, or equivalent engaged in heart failure practice or research, located in the U.S.
Pharmacist – $200
Pharmacists, Pharmacologists, or equivalent engaged in heart failure practice or research, located in the U.S.
Physician Assistant – $200
PAs or equivalent engaged in heart failure practice or research, located in the U.S.
International – $349
Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, scientists, researchers, professors, or equivalent located outside of the U.S. engaged in heart failure practice or research.
Trainee – $75
Individuals enrolled as full-time medical students, residents, fellows, undergraduate students, and pre- and postdoctoral trainees. A letter of verification on institute letterhead, including the end of training date from the training program director, is required with payment of dues.
Scientist / Researcher / Academia – $200
Scientists, researchers, professors, or equivalent engaged in heart failure practice or research.
Non-Medical/Industry – $200
Non-medical members of the heart failure team, such as technicians, pharmaceutical/industry representatives, administrative and allied personnel, who are engaged in heart failure practice or research.
Patient/Caregiver – $15
Heart failure patients and caregivers who want greater involvement in building awareness and acting as an advocate for the heart failure patient and caregiver community.