Two standards in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (which is mostly applicable to for profit corporations), cover non-profit corporations: document destruction and whistle-blower protection. The Heart Rhythm Society's Board of Trustees approved the below Whistle-Blower/Code of Conduct Policy in June 2009.
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In 1979, four electrophysiologists recognized the need for a society dedicated to the field cardiac pacing and electrophysiology. Doctors J. Warren Harthorne, Victor Parsonnet, Seymour Furman, and Dryden Morse thus founded the North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology, or NASPE, in Boston. In 2004, NASPE celebrated its 25th anniversary, moved to Washington, DC and changes its name to Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) to better reflect its membership constituencies and expanded mission.
As an Employer of Choice, The Heart Rhythm Society offers a robust benefit package., We are proud of our benefit offerings and believe they provide a substantial measure of security, protection and flexibility for our staff and their families, both now and in the future.
The Pulse of Accomplishment documents the projects and achievements for Society departments and initiatives, including membership and member services, image and identity, education, health policy, fundraising, and the International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE).
What do the letters "FHRS" after my health care provider's name mean? Where can I find a list of current FHRS members? Why is FHRS important to me?
Fellows of the Heart Rhythm Society receive multiple exclusive benefits in addition to the general benefits of Society membership .
The Society has created several tools and tips to help you make the most of your FHRS status.
The Heart Rhythm Society is committed to providing media with the most current information about our organization, as well as a wide range of heart rhythm disorder issues.
The Public Relations staff is available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET to schedule interviews and provide background information. Call 202-464-3441 for media assistance.
All physicians listed on Find a Specialist have all been approved for Heart Rhythm Society membership but many have also received additional designations and certifications from the Society and the International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners (IBHRE) . These individuals will have the letters FHRS, CCDS and/or CEPS after their names. Please read below for further explanation of these designations.
Find physicians around the world who specialize in the treatment of arrhythmias using the Heart Rhythm Society’s searchable directory.