Hope For Hearts

Part 1

Hope For Hearts Onboarding

Welcome to the Hope For Hearts cardiac disease and therapy awareness program onboarding process.

The following forms are divided into three main sections:

  1. Initial registration form and acknowledgements.
    1. Profile creation for Hope For Hearts and MEDD.
  2. Activity builder to nominate which activities you would like to participate in.
  3. Scheduling the recording of your activities.
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On completion of Part 1, you will be sent three items:

  1. Your Hope For Heart profile. Please review your profile, submit any changes and then approve the profile. Your profile will be accessible on a private link but hidden from the main search field and without any locations until you approve it.
  2. A MEDD profile invitation link. Please accept this invitation and create a username and password.
  3. Instructions on how to set up your electronic business card in the MEDD platform.

Your participation in the Hope For Hearts program is helping raise awareness of cardiac disease and the latest advances in management.

Through a collective voice and collaborative efforts, we will address the barriers to patients accessing specialty care and provide education that improves outcomes and the delivery of care.

Your Acknowledgement

Our Acknowledgements

Founding Program Sponsors

Hope For Hearts would not be possible without the ongoing support of founding sponsor Edwards Lifesciences. Edwards is improving the lives of those suffering from severe aortic stenosis through its unique TAVI and surgical technology and innovative programs that facilitate the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of severe aortic stenosis. The 2-year survival rate of those suffering from severe aortic stenosis is only 50%. Terrible stats when the solution is readily accessible.

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Additional Sponsors 

Hope For Hearts welcomes new program sponsors, Boston Scientific’s Electrophysiology division. This team are striving to address the problem of atrial fibrillation, which impacts over 500,000 Australians and is responsible for 1 in 4 strokes. The team are working with some of Australia’s leading EPs to educate the community and demystify the complexity of AF diagnosis and management.