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Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference

During the second Friday afternoon session at this year’s Get in Rhythm. Stay in Rhythm.® Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference, we will learn about the latest in digital devices and artificial intelligence (AI) as they relate to afib care.

During Choosing Digital Devices to Optimize Your Care, Dr. Jagmeet Singh will cover what devices are available for diagnosing and monitoring afib, which devices have regulatory clearance, and advice to optimize and provide rhythm strips and data to your doctors. He will also share about what other digital tools are coming, and what we can expect from them.

Dr. Singh will then cover The Promise of AI for Afib Patients. He will talk about current AI applications in electrophysiology, including its promise and pitfalls. He will also discuss future technologies including wearables.

Following his talks, we will have a Q&A with Dr. Singh.

See you August 4–6 in Dallas or via livestream, when we’ll hear about the very latest, and what is coming in the future!

To your health,


Mellanie True Hills
Founder, StopAfib.org

P.S. Digital devices can give afib patients and their healthcare teams the data they need to better manage afib and allow patients to enjoy peace of mind. AI can take massive amounts of data and give us early warnings about future problems.

You’ll lean more during the 2023 Get in Rhythm. Stay in Rhythm.® Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference, August 4–6 in Dallas (or when you watch it via livestream)!

P.P.S. Now is a great time to make your travel arrangements for the conference. Our discounted room rate at the Fairmont Hotel expires July 14. Reserve your room now:

Reserve Your Room At The Fairmont!

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