Multidisciplinary Strategies to Prevent Hospitalization in Patients with Worsening Heart Failure (HF)
• Describe unmet needs and clinical practice gaps for complex patients with worsening HF and implications for treatment burden and quality of life
• Identify prognostic factors to classify the severity of patients with worsening HF
• Evaluate the effectiveness of novel therapies for patients who continue to experience symptoms and hospitalization due to worsening HF
• Create individualized HF treatment plans for optimal management of patients with worsening HF
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• The Clinical Course of Worsening HF
• Recognizing Worsening HF
• Prevention of Worsening HF: GDMT
• Pharmacologic Therapy for Worsening HF
• Transitions of Care and Team-Based Approaches
Professor of Medicine
University of Mississippi
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