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Scientific advances in cardiology are changing the way clinicians practice today and will continue to impact the future of care delivery. We brought together clinical advisors in cardiology with our own leadership team, to discuss clinical, operational, and economic trends, and the implications and opportunities for both clinicians as well as our ability to deliver solutions that make a real difference.
 

Among the topics discussed:

  • Algorithmic approach to Heart Failure management
  • PCI utilization for acute vs. chronic CAD
  • SHD evolution with new devices and delivery models
  • Trends in EP: No-flouro goal—how has imaging evolved to reach this goal?
  • Quantification advances, automation, anatomical intelligence
  • Cardiology big data opportunities: registries, clinical decision support, predictive algorithms

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Trends and insights in cardiology

 

The CMAN meeting fosters an ideal forum to look for deeper insights and share expert opinions. Hear how leaders in cardiology see technology trends and scientific advances impacting care delivery and the patient experience.

Hear about the importance of collaboration in identifying and addressing challenges in healthcare today, and the potential to use big data analytics to solve real problems

 

James Tcheng, M.D., FACC, FSCAI, FESC

Professor of Medicine & Informatics

Duke University Medical Center

About CMAN

Staying ahead of rapid change takes an agile team sharing expert insights

Through the professional exchange and insight-sharing of the Philips Medical Advisory Network Meetings with Key Opinion Leaders, we attract brilliant perspectives that shape the vision of each Philips business innovation unit.

 

Through our esteemed network of leading key opinion leaders, multinational experts meet with Philips throughout the year, to tackle the issues that drive innovation in clinical specialties including cardiology, radiology and medical informatics.

The Cardiology Medical Advice Network is composed of distinguished, international Key Opinion Leaders in cardiology, who engage with Philips to bring to the forefront the science that informs innovation advancing our understanding clinicians' needs, insights and preferences in the areas of IGIT in oncology, trends in displacement of imaging modalities, radiology values, IGIT in cardiology, clinical informatics in cardiology, and payer panels.

 

Our work extends beyond commercial areas to include compliance, regulation and our commitment to upholding higher standards of health together.

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