2020 Virtual Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference: submit your case on choosing the right procedure
How to Choose the Right Procedures Panel, where doctors discuss real-life cases of people in the room
October 25, 2020
- Summary: 2020 Virtual Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference: submit your case on choosing the right procedure
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Saturday afternoon is one of the highlights of the Get in Rhythm. Stay in Rhythm.® Virtual Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference, because it includes the How to Choose the Right Procedures Panel, where doctors discuss real-life cases of people in the room—maybe even yours!
You won’t get this kind of perspective anywhere else!
Registered attendees have the chance to submit their cases for discussion by the doctors on the panel (this doesn’t guarantee they will be able to discuss all of them).
A panel of electrophysiologists and surgeons—Doctors Larry Chinitz, Phil Cuculich, Ralph Damiano, Andrea Natale, Jonathan Piccini, and Randall Wolf—will discuss patient-provided cases to illustrate how they think about choosing the right procedure.
This session is always very informative, because the discussion is around real-world examples from people in the “room.” The doctors will share their reasoning for procedure choices with you, so you know how to decide what is best for you.
Although we can’t promise our panel members will discuss your specific case, we invite you to submit your case for their review. They may select it to talk about during this panel discussion.
Attendees of past conferences have told us that this panel alone was worth thousands of dollars to them, and many found their answers during this discussion. Even if they don’t select your case, I’m confident you’ll hear something useful (and probably lots of useful things) during this panel discussion.
Once you’ve registered to join us, we will reach out to you with details about how to submit your case. You’ll improve your chance of your case being selected if you begin your question in your case with “My question is,” and if the rest of the case is direct and to the point.
We sincerely hope you’ll join us at this year’s conference, so you can learn directly from the experts in afib procedures about how doctors think about choosing the right procedure for each individual patient.
If you already have plans for the weekend of the conference (October 30–November 1), consider upgrading to an All Access pass after you register. This way, you can still submit your case to the How to Choose the Right Procedure Panel and you’ll have access to recordings of panel and all other regular conference sessions, so you can watch them at your convenience (and as many times as you like).