Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall when thought leaders in structural heart talk heart to heart about building their program, the challenges, the triumphs and the big picture, now is your chance, take a listen.
Creating the structured cardiac cath lab procedure report is the first step to improving patient care and data accuracy, coordinating intraprocedure workflow across the clinical team, making registry reporting seamless, and reducing overall cost of care.
Listen to Dr. Mani Vannan of Piedmont Heart Institute in Atlanta for a discussion on 3D transesophageal echocardiography. It's quick, just 12 minutes, and sure to make you want to take a closer look at 3D TEE.
Listen to David O. Williams, MD, of Brigham & Women's Hospital and Kalon K.L. Ho, MD, MSc of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as they discuss the role of IT in cardiovascular care in patient management, cost containment, workflow, best practices and reporting.
Dr. Michael Pfeiffer, a cardiologist and assistant professor of medicine at Penn State Hershey Heart and Vascular Institute in Hershey, Pa. discusses the advantages of 3D volume echocardiography in the right heart.
Despite data supporting the clinical benefits of remote monitoring, some practices are resisting adoption due to the potential liability of receiving alerts on a 24-hour basis. Four experts share their opinions on how practices should approach these considerations.
Since the clinical benefits of fractional flow reserve (FFR) were confirmed with the release of the FAME study in January 2009, the technology has gained wider adoption. To assess its impact on contemporary cath labs, five interventionalists came together from across the U.S. to discuss the economic considerations.