Jana Goldberg, MD, FACC, National Medical Director, Vice President of Clinical Services at Heartbeat Health, offers an end-to-end review of Afib diagnosis and management for the PCP. The presentation will start with current data for Afib screening and navigating different types of ECG monitoring devices (how to improve your “door to diagnosis” time).
Followed by information about how to approach initial steps in management, including rate versus rhythm control (with 2022 updates) and anticoagulation. The presentation will also review how to tackle the risk of bleed versus stroke and the reality of bleeding risk and falls. By the end of the session, attendees should feel comfortable with ECG monitoring and initial steps in management, including anticoagulation and rate versus rhythm control.
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JANA GOLDBERG, MD, FACC
National Medical Director, Vice President of Clinical Services at Heartbeat Health
Dr. Jana Goldberg is the National Medical Director, VP of Clinical Services for Heartbeat Health, a virtual cardiovascular care company. Heartbeat’s mission is to enable the most effective, efficient and engaging cardiovascular care in the world through its mobile-based platform, maximizing cardiac care in the virtual space and engaging patients and providers. Heartbeat has managed tens of thousands of patients to date with this virtual-first model in the value-based care, FFS and direct to consumer space. As a leader within her company, Dr. Goldberg brings a wealth of experience in cardiovascular disease and innovation to scale the company nationally, build the highest standards of cardiac care, and contribute to the literature, particularly the impact of virtual cardiology on patient outcomes. She has been named one of the Top 25 Women Leaders in Consumer Health Tech (2021).
Before joining Heartbeat in 2019, she was an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She received her medical degree and training from Tufts University School of Medicine prior to completing a cardiovascular disease fellowship and a chief fellowship year at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.