The HFSA Industry Perspectives Program features webinars developed from the unique perspective of industry organizations who support the heart failure field through cutting-edge products, services, technologies, disease state awareness, new procedures, drug research, and more. You can easily explore webinars in the program in two ways:
- Explore webinars by company name and keywords below. Click on a company to see their full library of webinars, all complimentary to learners of all types*. Be sure to take note of the audience for a webinar, as some are created for a provider audience, while others are created for patients and caregivers.
- Visit the HFSA Learning Center directly and search within the parameters for keywords of all offerings relevant to your search. Industry Perspective webinars are identifiable by the purple icon and logo.
Cost: Industry Perspective webinars are complimentary 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.
Library by Webinar Title**
**In order of most recent publish date
Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction: Past, Present, and Future Role in Heart Failure Care
Released: June 2021
Keyword(s): LVEF, Left ventricular ejection fraction
Hope is Here: A Modern Approach to Heart Failure Treatment
Released: September 2020 as an Industry Theater during the HFSA Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting 2020
Keyword(s): Cardiac contractility modulation mechanism, CCM, the Optimizer®
Sponsor: Impulse Dynamics USA, Inc.
Advanced Heart Failure: The Clock is Ticking, When is the Right Time for Mechanical Circulatory Support?
Released: August 2020
Keyword(s): MCS, Adv HF, mechanical circulatory support
Remote Management: Maintaining High Quality Heart Failure Care in a New Virtual World
Released: August 2020
Keyword(s): Pulmonary artery, PA pressure, remote management
Disclaimer: The activities above are not sponsored or endorsed by the HFSA. These webinars are not offered in the HFSA-accredited continuing education catalog; therefore, they are ineligible for continuing education units. No committee members or representatives of the HFSA have been involved in the planning of these activities.
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