Learn from two renowned experts who are book authors at this year’s Patient Conference
When you join us at this year’s Get in Rhythm. Stay in Rhythm.® Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference August 4–6 in Dallas, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from two renowned afib authors—both first-time faculty members with us.
We’re thrilled to announce that Dr. Jared Bunch, co-author of The Afib Cure: Get Off Your Medications, Take Control of Your Health, and Add Years to Your Life, and Dr. Jagmeet Singh, author of Future Care: Sensors, Artificial Intelligence, and the Reinvention of Medicine, will present on Friday!
Reserve your spot at the conference, here, to learn from these distinguished afib experts:
Dr. Jared Bunch is the section chief of electrophysiology at the University of Utah, after previously practicing and teaching at the Mayo Clinic, Intermountain Healthcare, and Stanford University. He is the founding editor of the Heart Rhythm Case Reports Journal and serves on the editorial boards of many other journals.
In The Afib Cure, Dr. Bunch and his co-author Dr. John Day share their approach to treating afib, developed through a combined 53 years working with afib patients. They focus on a new body of research that shows that biomarkers and lifestyle optimization could put half the cases of afib into remission, without drugs or procedures.
Friday morning, August 4, Dr. Bunch will share with us about Managing Lifestyle to Manage Afib. He will address a range of afib-related topics including diet and weight, endurance training, sleep apnea, and other lifestyle issues. He will also present about afib and dementia, and opportunities to lower your risk for it.
Dr. Jag Singh is a practicing cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. He earned his doctorate at Oxford University, a master of science in clinical investigation from MIT-Harvard, and research fellowship at the Framingham Heart Study. His research focuses on drugs and catheter ablation for afib as well as innovative device treatment, sensors, artificial intelligence, and virtual care.
In Future Care (which releases June 13 and is available for pre-order), Dr. Singh examines how new and advanced technologies can change the world of medicine for the better. Specifically, he writes about the increase in virtual care, the evolving role of sensors, and the impact of artificial intelligence in medicine.
Friday afternoon, August 4, Dr. Singh will share about Choosing the Right Digital Device to Optimize Your Care and The Promise of AI for Afib Patients. He will cover what devices are available for diagnosing and monitoring afib (and how well they perform), which devices have regulatory clearance, how to optimize and provide rhythm strips/data to your doctors, and other devices, apps, and tools for afib patients. He’ll also share about current applications of artificial intelligence in electrophysiology, the promise and pitfalls of artificial intelligence, and future technologies.
Each conference session includes time for Q&A, so if you are with us in Dallas, you will have the chance to ask Dr. Bunch and Dr. Singh your questions (if you attend via livestream, you can submit questions online).
As with each of our faculty members, Drs. Bunch and Singh are the crème de la crème in afib. You can expect to learn information you can use to better manage (or get rid of) your afib.
Come meet these distinguished authors!
Reserve your spot here, now, at the Get in Rhythm. Stay in Rhythm.® Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference August 4–6 in Dallas:
We look forward to seeing you in Dallas!
To your health,
Mellanie True Hills
Reserve your spot here for the Get in Rhythm. Stay in Rhythm.® Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference August 4–6 in Dallas: