Rapid Clinical Updates: Heart Failure
Participants may register in the entire series by registering for this parent course, or click on an individual session title to register for that select course.
This series of activities was made possible in part by an educational grant from Novartis.
Rapid Clinical Updates is designed to reach Society of Hospital Medicine members and other hospitalists ’clinicians with the latest information on clinical updates and treatment when and where they need it most, with actionable education that will help clinicians improve case delivery and the outcomes of hospitalized patients during hospital stay and after discharge.
Session 1: Guideline-directed medical therapy in heart failure patients: impact of care optimization provided by hospitalists
Session 2: Heart failure care during hospitalization and transition of care
Session 3: Quality improvement focused approach for heart failure patient during hospitalization
Session 4: Opportunities, strategies and updates for heart failure care for hospitalists
Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to
a. Recognize the barriers in providing the best care for patients with heart failure,
b. Apply the appropriate, approved practice guidelines to clinical scenarios,
c. Identify the optimal therapeutic treatment in clinical scenarios with the aim to reduce morbidity, and
d. Implement approved practice guidelines into daily practice.
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