Cardiac Rhythm Management
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Activity Description

The webcast is comprised of the proceedings from the satellite symposium held at Heart Rhythm 2015, Driving Faster Procedure Times and Optimizing Patient Outcomes: Getting the Most out of the Latest Technology. The presentation format consists of synched audio and HD video, along with the presenter’s slides, and features panel discussion sessions.

Cardiac Rhythm Management

Access Webcast

Access Webcast

Click on the session title listed below to view each presentation.

Biosense HRS15-David-Shepherd

Welcome and Thank You

David Shepherd from Biosense Webster, Inc.

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Biosense HRS15-Andrea-Natale

The Current State of Electrophysiology: How Did We Get Here?

Andrea Natale, MD, FACC, FHRS, FESC

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Biosense HRS15-Jose-Osorio

Today’s Technology in Practice: Increasing Efficiency and Delivering Patient Outcomes with CARTO SMARTTOUCH™ Technology

Jose Osorio, MD

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Biosense HRS15-Hans-Kottkamp

Today's Technology in Practice: Focusing On The Points That Matter with the CONFIDENSE™ Module

Professor Hans Kottkamp, MD

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Biosense HRS15-Larry-Chinitz

What Does the Future Hold for Electrophysiology?

Larry Chinitz, MD

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Cardiac Rhythm Management

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Faculty

Faculty & Featured Physicians

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Larry Chinitz, MD
Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
New York University Medical Center
New York, NY

Biosense HRS15-Hans-Kottkamp-prt

Professor Hans Kottkamp, MD
Medical Director of the Electrophysiology Department
Klinik Hirslanden
Zurich, Switzerland

Biosense HRS15-Andrea-Natale-prt

Andrea Natale, MD, FACC, FHRS, FESC
Executive Medical Director
Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia
Austin, TX

Biosense HRS15-Jose-Osorio-prt

Jose Osorio, MD
Alabama Cardiovascular Group
Birmingham, AL

 

Objectives & Target Audience

Target Audience

This activity has been developed to meet the educational needs of electrophysiologists, cardiologists, electrophysiology lab allied professionals, and other physicians and associated professionals managing patients with cardiac arrhythmias.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:

  • Evaluate the changing landscape and future direction of electrophysiology.
  • Review the impact of integrated contact force on outcomes and workflow.
  • Review the impact of innovative mapping platforms on clinical practice.

Disclaimers

Disclaimers

This activity is designed to serve as a learning experience on evaluating techniques and technologies that improve workflow within clinical practice, and is not accredited for continuing medical education credits.

The AdvaMed Code of Ethics limits attendance at corporate sponsored events to healthcare professionals with a bona fide professional interest in the program. Because Biosense Webster is committed to following the AdvaMed Code, spouses or significant others may not attend this event. Information related to any transfer of value provided to you due to your attendance at this event (i.e., paid or reimbursed travel expenses, meal costs) may be disclosed to the federal government, dependent upon your physician status, in accordance with the Open Payments Program. If you do not wish this information to be disclosed to the government, you should abstain from attending.

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Cardiac Rhythm Management