13th Annual CMHC

October 24-27, 2018

Boston, MA

2018 Case Study Submission Form


Submit a challenging patient case in the areas of dyslipidemia, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, heart failure, obesity, or type 2 diabetes to be discussed by an expert faculty panel during the general sessions at the 13th Annual CMHC meeting.

Live Discussion Format

  • 2 to 3 patient cases will be discussed by a multidisciplinary expert panel the 4 session tracks (please see the Agenda for more details)
    • Session I: Challenging Lipid Cases
    • Session II: Lifestyle and Obesity Management in the Cardiometabolic Patient
    • Session III: Challenging T2DM Patient Cases
    • Session IV: Challenging Patient Cases in Hypertension, Cardio-Renal, and Heart Failure
  • Engage in an interactive learning format and find answers to your most perplexing clinical case questions

Why Should I Submit a Case?

  • Participants who submit a patient case will earn 50% off registration to the 13th Annual CMHC meeting in Boston 2018*, OR free registration to any one of our three regional events in 2018.
  • Selection of a patient case will result in a FREE registration to our 13th Annual CMHC in Boston and acknowledgement from the presenting faculty.

*This discount cannot be applied to previous registrations associated with other pricing discounts.
*Fields in bold are required.

Contact Information

Your Practice

Case Study

For your patient case to be considered, please provide the following details:
Word Count Limit to: 1,000 words
  • Area of focus (i.e. type 2 diabetes, hypertension, etc.)
  • Patient case introduction (patient sex, age, race, reason for visit/main complaint)†
  • Past medical history
  • Family history
  • Social history
  • Physical exam results (i.e. BMI, blood pressure, etc.)
  • Laboratory results pertinent to the case
  • Current medications
  • Questions that you would like specifically addressed
† Please do not include patient name, social security number, medical identification number, or any information specific to the patient's identity.
‡ There is no limit to the number of patient cases you may submit. Submission is free.

Provide the above information as one or multiple files (MS Word or PDF) using the file upload fields below:

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