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Sponsored by an educational grant from Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance
Diagnosing and treating patients well starts with choosing the most precise test. Cardiac PET imaging is the test of choice more often these days when it comes to assessing coronary artery disease, myocardial perfusion, viability and ventricular function in more complex patients. It makes sense...
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Priorities need to focus on training and outreach from clinical, operational and financial perspectives as well as strengthening the heart team — Prairie Heart and Vascular Institute in Springfield, Ill., is leading the way.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Cardinal Health
With the rollout of the Affordable Care Act and changes to reimbursements, Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta, GA, recognizes it’s a critical time to control expenses.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Watch this strategic webinar on the changes effective October 1, 2016, that simplify reimbursement for heart assist device systems, including Impella.
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Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
San Juan Regional Medical Center's ongoing training and protocols has served the heart team well and their advice is solid for care providers seeking to offer quality care while maintaining a healthy bottom line.
Episode 5: Enhancing Revascularization Outcomes One Patient Transfer at a Time (Q&A)
Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Learn how to improve and save lives of high-risk and emergent patients in need of revascularization.
Webinar: Nursing Best Practices: Enabling Success in Protected PCI Patients in Cariogenic Shock (w/Q&A)
Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Find out what essential roles nurses play in San Juan Regional Medical Center's successful Protected PCI program. 
Building a Protected PCI Program: Defining Algorithms, Selecting Patients (wQ&A)
Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Good outcomes in revascularizing high-risk, complex PCI patients start with careful patient selection. The heart team at VA North Texas Healthcare System in Dallas shares their decision-making process for patient selection for Protected PCI. 
Tackling CV Inventory Management Challenges with Automation & Operational Excellence
Sponsored by an educational grant from Cardinal Health
Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Atlanta is managing more than $2.5 million in inventory. Listen to this webinar to learn more about their inventory management best practices.
Episode 3: Building a Protected PCI Program: The Community Hospital Approach
Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Bakersfield Heart Hospital was as an early adopter of Abiomed’s Impella 2.5 miniature temporary ventricular assist device and now has expanded its use in elective and urgent high-risk PCI procedures.
Episode 2: The Programmatic Approach to Teaching, Tactics & Techniques (with Q&A Session)
Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Training and passion sit at the core of the University of Washington Medical Center heart team’s mission. Learn how this national training site for Protected PCI with hemodynamic support is teaching: hands-on, in-depth, in-person, head to head.
Linking Cath Labs & Informatics: Growing a Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Program
Sponsored by an educational grant from GE Healthcare
Growth seeded the need for a dedicated PCI program at Saratoga Hospital that went live in January along with a complete technology overhaul: cath lab, echo, hemodynamic monitoring and a fully integrated cardiovascular information system. The PCI program, close to 100 interventions later, is...
Building a Protected PCI Program: The Heart Team Approach
Sponsored by an educational grant from Abiomed
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia’s heart team approach is a model to emulate. Learn how their robust protected PCI program is making a difference in expanding options for high-risk patients, improving quality of care and keeping the bottom line in check too.
Oklahoma State University Medical Center: CVIS Enhances Image Quality & Productivity
Sponsored by an educational grant from GE Healthcare
Join Connie Ryan, Cardiology Resource Manager at Oklahoma State University Medical Center as she shares how OSUMC was successful in enhancing their physicians workflow and in increasing productivity in their echo lab with the GE Healthcare’s Centricity Cardio Enterprise Solution (CCE).
Cardiology PACS & CVIS: Implementing Digital Strategies
Sponsored by an educational grant from GE Healthcare
Please watch this webcast and Q&A with clinical, administrative and IT leaders answering questions and addressing your concerns regarding the implementation of a cardiology PACS system.