The Eric N. Prystowsky Lectureship Award is awarded to an individual who has made a significant and unique contribution to the field of clinical electrophysiology as a clinical scientist.
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The Joan and Douglas P. Zipes Publication of the Year Award has been established to honor the seminal article published in HeartRhythm each year that most contributed to major advances in understanding and/or treating cardiac arrhythmias.
The awards are presented to investigators within three years of completion of training judged to have published the best clinical and basic research articles in HeartRhythm.
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The underlying cause of any heart rhythm disorder provides the basis for selecting the best treatment plan. In general, the best treatment is the least invasive option that effectively controls the heart rhythm disorder. Treatment options fall into several categories from the least to the most invasive.
A thriving membership is key to the success of the Society and its mission and peer-to-peer recruitment is the most effective means of growing membership. Tell your colleagues about the benefits of membership and encourage them to join the Society today!
In October 2016, CMS released the final rule outlining new payment programs under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA). MACRA's Quality Payment Program (QPP) is a significant change to Medicare payment policy reshaping how information about patient care is captured and valued, which is a complicated process requiring a significant amount of time and education. Implementing MACRA likely will be a major challenge to your practice. It is the Society’s goal to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information, actionable resources, and tools.
February 1, 2017 – The Heart Rhythm Society prides itself on the diversity of our members. Our vision of ending death and suffering due to heart rhythm disorders requires us to be inclusive of all who share our mission. Our 5,800 total members include nearly 1,400 members from countries outside the United States. HRS welcomes physicians, allied professionals, educators, students, and researchers from every race, gender, economic status, and religious, political, and national background. It is our diversity that leads to the best science and care for patients around the world. Membership has no borders.
FHRS eligibility criteria and application for International Electrophysiologists.
FHRS eligibility criteria and application for Scientists and Physician Researchers.