Social Media for the Practicing Interventionalist: A Two-Part Webinar Series
Part I – Twitter 101: How to Promote Your Work, Practice, and Professional Interests

The purpose of this webinar series is to provide a jump-start to those who aren’t currently part of the cardiovascular community’s dialogue on social media and to help those currently using Twitter to advance their skills and knowledge to conduct research, educate patients and market one’s clinical expertise or practice.

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Topics include:

  • Comprehensive Review Structural Heart Disease (SHD) Valve Procedure
  • Paravalvular Leak and Left Atrial Appendage Procedures
  • E&M Services Performed on the Same-Day as Interventional Cardiology Procedures
  • New Time-Based Moderate Sedation CPT Codes
  • New Interventional Cardiology Codes in the Pipeline
  • The Value of Independent Specialty Designation for Interventional Cardiology


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