In accordance with the CDC's most recent guidelines addressing mass gatherings and functions, our management team has chosen to place the health of our attendees, clients, staff, esteemed faculty member and our shared communities first during this uncertain time. Accordingly, we have come to the joint decision to reschedule CMHC West to August 7-9, 2020 when our health and safety will be more secure. As a registered attendee of CMHC West no additonal action is required from you to attend the conference.
Although we are disappointed that this postponement is necessary, we greatly look forward to delivering the most valuable and timely educational experiences to medical professionals like you who are dedicated to combating the cardiovascular and metabolic disease. During a time when the importance of our underlying health has become even more evident to the general public, we remain as committed as ever to empowering clinicians to effectively lead at the forefront of cardiometabolic health. If you have any questions whatsoever about your registration, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.571.4700. Please continue to monitor our website regularly for updates on CMHC West.
Expert Debates in Nutrition - From Vegetarian/vegan to ketogenic/low-carb and all in-between
Prediabetes: How Can we Delay its Progression to Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes in Children and Young Adults
Managing Type 2 Diabetes When Cost is an Issue
Statin Drug - Drug Interactions
Prevention and Treatement of Heart Failure
ASCVD Prevention and Treatment in Individuals of South Asian Ancestry
Cardio-Renal Benefits of SGLT-2 Inhibitors and GLP-1 RAs: Translating the Evidence to Patient Care
Spearheaded by CMHC chairs – George Bakris, MD, Christie Ballantyne, MD, Robert Eckel, MD, and Jay Skyler, MD--this one-day summit will explore the unique challenges faced by clinicians when comprehensively managing patients with cardiometabolic disease. The summit will be kicked off with a series of keynote talks to set the stage about what clinicians need to evaluate and address in their patients, how to synthesize and apply what we have learned to date about both primary and secondary prevention to optimize patient outcomes, and including the patient in clinical decision-making.
The talks will be followed by a unique opportunity to interact with our expert panel - for the first time at CMHC you can submit and present challenging cardiometabolic cases.* During the cases, experts will challenge you and themselves about the optimal management and attempt to "solve" your clinical dilemma. This part of the summit is designed to be highly interactive and give the participants extensive opportunity to participate and highlight challenges and solutions to real-world care for their patients.
Cases to be presented during the live meeting will be selected based on the topic of discussion and clinical relevance from the CMHC Chairs and the Senior Planning Committee.
*Must submit proof of residency, fellowship or student ID
Highlighting the most clinically current, relevant, and applicable education in the field of cardiometabolic health, this conference allows attendees to learn specific strategies to combat the growing epidemic of cardiovascular disease.
Through three days of comprehensive clinical education in cardiometabolic health, attendees will have the opportunity to learn the most cutting-edge techniques and transferable skills: including content focused on obesity and lifestyle medicine and diabetes management.
Each lecture & session at CMHC is carefully curated and planned by our faculty, including a panel of Chairpersons that represent the most respected & renowned leaders in the field.
Through networking opportunities and an intimate environment designed to spur socializing in addition to clinical education, this conference enables attendees to interact with each other during events, planned Happy Hours, and other scheduled breaks.
Sessions will not only spotlight the most recent results from clinical trials, delivered through thought-provoking and innovative educational formats, but also focus on aspects of cardiometabolic health specific to indigenous communities.