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  • Dates:08/12/2018
  • End Date:09/12/2018
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  • conducted by:Northwell Health


Interested to attend a Case-Based Debate Workshop in Interventional Cardiology?

Northwell Health conducting the 2nd Annual New York City Debates in Interventional Cardiology – a Case-Based Debate Workshop: Controversies in Coronary, Structural and Renal Denervation

CME Location: Time Warner Center 60 Columbus Circle, 10th Floor, North Tower (Entrance on 60th Street off Broadway) New York, NY 10019

CME Dates: December 08, 2018 – December 09, 2018

CME Credits

Northwell Health designates this live educational activity for 17 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

Target Audience

MDs, PAs, NPs, RNs Interventional Cardiologists and Interventional Cardiology Fellows along with Cath Lab Nurses and Technicians and other medical professionals who care for patients undergoing catheter-based cardiovascular interventions.

Course offering and Registration Fees

Northwell Health Physicians $300

SCAI Members $300

RNs, PAs, NPs, and others $150

Fellows, Residents, and Students $75

Non-Northwell Health Physicians $400

On-site Registration $450

The Registration fee will include

CME/Verification transcripts, course materials, breakfast, AM/PM breaks and lunch.

Program objectives

All Northwell Health CME activities are intended to improve patient care, safety, and outcomes. At the conclusion of this conference participants should be able to:

  • Evaluate new treatments and technologies in interventional cardiology and incorporate into practice to optimize patient outcomes.
  • Identify clinical and catheterization laboratory based technical tips and tricks to improve procedural success.
  • Summarize recent clinical trials and research pertaining to interventional cardiology that have revolutionized pharmacologic and mechanical therapies.
  • Integrate updated SCAI and ACC guidelines into the care of patients requiring invasive cardiac procedures.


Date Schedule
  • Price Range 08/12/2018 - 09/12/2018

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