CME Certificates will be issued digitally after Speaker Evaluations and Overall Surveys are completed. Surveys are accessible after logging in with the email address you submitted during registration.
Surveys will be available online starting the day of the symposium. You must complete the process by May 13, 2024 in order to receive your certificate. Certificates will be available online until September 1, 2024 and are printable directly from the website.
The 28th Annual Heart Failure 2024: An Update on Therapy is currently being reviewed by an accrediting organization, more information will post soon.
The 28th Annual Heart Failure 2024: An Update on Therapy symposium continues the tradition of providing a comprehensive update on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of heart failure. The program includes lectures presented by experts combined with an opportunity for interactive discussion with faculty. The extensive list of topics has been selected to provide a contemporary, high level and clinically relevant update with a goal of improving clinician’s knowledge and the care of patients with heart failure of various etiologies.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
The program has been designed to provide cardiologists, internists, primary care physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other healthcare providers with the necessary information to increase knowledge with the goal of improving the care of patients with HF.
Heart failure (HF) affects approximately six million people in the United States. It is one of the deadliest health care problems around the world. Recently developed and approved drugs and devices for the management of HF provide a great opportunity for improved outcome and need to be incorporated into the care of patients with (HF). Recent data continues to show an important gap between published guideline recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of HF and practice (JACC 2019:73:2384) and demonstrate that life-saving drugs and devices are underutilized. Inadequate guideline directed medical therapy (GDMT) has been shown to confer a significant excess mortality (Clin Cardiol. 2021; 44:1192–1198). Most patients with HF are managed by non-cardiologist health care providers and without training in advanced HF (Int J Cardiol 2021; 343:63). Physicians’ education has been shown to result in a significant improvement in knowledge scales in HF care. PLoS One 2022;17: e0263523). For all these reasons there is a need for education and incorporation of recent guidelines by clinicians. The 2024 symposium continues the tradition of almost 3 decades and has been designed to provide a comprehensive update on many of the new diagnostic and therapeutic modalities as well as information on new practice guidelines for the management of patients with HF.