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Biosense Webster Product Theater 04-24

Empowering Care to the AFib Patient

Saturday, April 24, 2021
7am PDT

Hospitals need to consider new strategies for the large and growing population of AF patients, especially given the impact these patients have on the clinical, operational, and financial aspects of a cardiovascular service line. A comprehensive AF program provides a collaborative approach to evaluation and management of patients with AF.

Please join us for a live streaming educational session with James Allred, MD and Amber Seiler, NP from Moses H. Cone Hospital in Greensboro, NC.

The Cone Health Atrial Fibrillation Clinic is a hospital owned NP-led clinic that was built in 2016 out of the need to have improved coordination and rapid follow up with AF patients discharged from the hospital. It is staffed by a dedicated, multi-disciplinary team and is located within the Heart Failure Clinic at the Cone Health Heart & Vascular Center. Their clinic has been profiled by Advisory Board as a Best in Class AF Program and their outcomes have been published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

The clinic’s founders, James Allred, MD and Amber Seiler, NP will discuss the following:

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The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session. Anyone is welcome to join, as this is a great way to gain momentum on developing a comprehensive AF program.


Published

March 19, 2021

Created by

Scripps CME Connection

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James Allred, MD

James Allred, MD

Moses H. Cone Hospital
Greensboro, NC

Amber Seiler, NP

Amber Seiler, NP

Moses H. Cone Hospital
Greensboro, NC