2017 NY CERC Multidisciplinary Cardio-Endo Renal Collaborative
2017 NY CERC Multidisciplinary Cardio-Endo Renal Collaborative

2017 NY CERC Multidisciplinary Cardio Endo-Renal Collaborative
Working Collaboratively to Combat Today’s Cardiometabolic Disease Epidemic
Saturday, September 23, 2017


2017 NEW YORK CARDIO-ENDO-RENAL COLLABORATIVE (NY CERC), focuses on a theme of Novel Approaches to Integrated Cardiometabolic Disease Management and will take place on September 23, 2017, in New York at the Westin Times Square. This unique, forward-thinking program will feature innovation and advancements in novel therapies and technologies, patient engagement, lifestyle medicine, multidisciplinary approaches that are driving improvements in outcomes, and quality and CV/metabolic disease prevention. The 2017 NY CERC delivers state-of-the-art clinical updates and strategies aimed directly at the intersection of metabolic and cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention.
This highly practical, fast-paced, and engaging meeting blends expert presentations on cutting-edge information with multiple “challenging cases” panel discussions to enhance learning regarding state-of-the-art treatment of patients. This conference will offer cardiometabolic healthcare professionals the opportunity to advance their understanding and knowledge of chronic cardiometabolic and associated comorbidities.  

2017 Featured Topics: 

  • CVD prevention
  • Dyslipidemia
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity management
  • Hypertension and/or other cardiometabolic risk factors

Target Audiencce

This educational series is designed for endocrinologists, cardiologists, and specialty NPs and PAs.

 Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the challenges of managing the complex cardiometabolic patient and ways in which a team-based approach will reduce morbidity/mortality and improve patient outcomes.
  • Develop effective communication strategies and collaborative care processes that will augment primary care provider/specialist relationships, with the goal of improving health outcomes of the cardiometabolic patient.
  • Explain how to engage patients in the self-management of their cardiometbolic disease(s) by providing education about cardiovascular (CV) disease and diabetes prevention, adherence support for medication and other treatments, and tools and resources for self-management.
  • Implement aggressive multifaceted and individualized strategies to attain treatment goals and improve patient outcomes.

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