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Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common arrhythmia in adults, affecting between three and five million Americans. Looking ahead, experts say the prevalence of AF may double by 2030, and the healthcare system must be ready to adapt to the needs of a much larger, increasingly heterogeneous population of AF patients. A group of electrophysiologists who collectively have decades of experience treating AF joined Editorial Advisor Matthew R. Reynolds, MD, SM, for a roundtable discussion of how they will manage to treat more and more AF patients even as the U.S. healthcare system turns its focus from volume to value.
CVB Moderator: Matthew R. Reynolds, MD, SM, Cardiac Electrophysiologist at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center (Burlington, Mass.)...