Complimentary: Get Back to Care Webinar Series
To give you vital information to avoid missing out on the care you need during the pandemic
If the pandemic has made you feel reluctant to venture out to see your doctors, you’re not alone. We’ve heard from many of you who say you’re not getting the care and treatment you need because you want to stay safely at home. Some of you have said that telemedicine has not been as easy as it should be, either.
The good news is, doctors and hospitals are doing everything possible to help you feel comfortable going to them to get care.
We want you to have the peace of mind to go to the doctor and get treatment if you need it, or to use telemedicine and remote monitoring tools to make sure you get the care you need.
That’s why we’ve created our new, complimentary Get Back to Care Webinar Series—to give you vital information to avoid missing out on the care you need during the pandemic.
Our Previous Webinars: 2021 Series
- Managing Afib During a Pandemic: Answering Your Vaccine Questions <<< Click here for more information.
- What to Know About Digital Tools for Afib Patients <<< Click here for more information.
- How Afib Patients Get Care Using Digital Devices and Telehealth <<< Click here for more information.
Our Previous Webinars: 2020 Series
- How to Know When to Have a Catheter Ablation, featuring cardiac electrophysiologist Dhanunjaya Lakkireddy, MD, FHRS. Discover what catheter ablation is, an overview of the different types, and who might be a candidate (this has changed dramatically over the past couple of years). Dr. Lakkireddy explains what patients can expect when it comes to catheter ablation, and how to know the right time (including feeling safe having a procedure during a pandemic, whether there’s a “window of opportunity” for having a successful one, and whether there is a risk from delaying ablation).
- What to Know About Heart Monitoring for Afib, featuring cardiac electrophysiologist Jonathan P. Piccini, MD, FHRS. Discover how tiny heart monitors inserted in the doctor’s office can monitor your heart and diagnose arrhythmias while you’re safely at home. Specifically, Dr. Piccini discussed different types of monitoring and monitors, how they work, and considerations for each one, as well as how data from these monitors is transmitted and evaluated (especially during COVID-19).
We hope this webinar series will be a source of peace of mind for you—and that it will help you feel comfortable getting care during the pandemic.
Doctors and hospitals want you to feel comfortable coming in for care and procedures, if you need them, or using remote monitoring tools or telemedicine as part of your care. We hope the Getting Back to Care Webinar Series will give you the information you need to feel safe doing so.
You can sign up here to create a library account, and when you do, you’ll have access to more than 70 hours’ worth of carefully curated video content at no cost to you: