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Kathy Boyd David
Editor, Cardiovascular Business
Kathy joined TriMed in 2015 as the editor of Cardiovascular Business magazine. She has nearly two decades of experience in publishing and public relations, concentrating in cardiovascular care. Before TriMed, Kathy was a senior director at the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI). She holds a BA in journalism. She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two children.
 - Kathy Boyd David

When I was launching the cardiology portion of my career, almost everyone’s counsel was to remember how fast medicine moves.

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Gregg Stone, MD, and Ajay Kirtane, MD, SM, predicted conference highlights.

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Cardiologists examine the potential of remote monitoring to stem the costly pattern of heart failure readmissions.

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A new reimbursement model for cardiac care delivery could launch as early as July 1, 2017—giving cardiologists less than a year to prepare to practice in an environment with more risks and different opportunities. Get engaged now, say the experts. 

 - Kathy Boyd David

Challenges is a word we hear all too often in healthcare. In this issue, challenge unites our articles.

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The explosion of cardiovascular data registries, and their vast research output, has become the major proof point for field’s commitment to continuous quality improvement.

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Five electrophysiologists joined Cardiovascular Business editorial advisor Matthew R. Reynolds, MD, SM, for a discussion about how they will deliver quality care to a growing number of atrial fibrillation patients even as the U.S. healthcare system turns its focus from volume to value.

 - Kathy Boyd David

Tsunami. The word kept coming up as we researched this issue. Physicians and nurses, trained in a variety of cardiovascular specialties and serving different patient populations, worry that a tsunami of patients is not far away.

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Approximately 130,000 Americans will die from stroke this year. Another 795,000 people will suffer a stroke and live to join the 6.5 million stroke survivors in the United States today.

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Is your organization updating or saying goodbye to SPECT? Take our quick 6 question survey and let us know. Look for results in the September/October issue.