Program & Events

HR17 Opening Plenary

The 2020 Heart Rhythm Scientific Sessions, May 6-9, 2020 in San Diego, CA will convene the finest clinicians, scientists, researchers and innovators in the field of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology. More than 750 of the world’s most noted experts in cardiac rhythm management will serve as faculty for more than 175 educational sessions covering topic areas such as pacing, defibrillation, clinical arrhythmia management, ablation, pharmacology, genetics, basic science, health policy, and more.

The Scientific Sessions will be submitted for approval to MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice in October 2019. See Ethical Medtech's endorsement or learn more about the Ethical MedTech Conference Vetting System.

Together we will explore new possibilities and immerse ourselves in this outstanding community of professionals dedicated to improving the care of patients with heart rhythm disorders. 

HR17 EPicenter

The Exhibit Hall will be abuzz this year with over 140 exhibitors to explore, lounges for networking and simply catching up with colleagues and friends, and of course the reimagined HRS EPiCenter to meet all of your membership needs, including an all new HRS store for HRS branded merchandise.

The Poster Hall will allow attendees over 18.5 hours to review the 800+ posters. New this year – attendees may earn CME credits and MOC points for their time spent reviewing the posters.

A new one-day program, Electrophysiology Demystified – Introduction to EP Concepts, will be held on Saturday, May 9 from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and is included registration. 

Electrophysiology Demystified - Introduction to EP Concepts

This day-long session is intended for healthcare professionals and students new to the EP field as well as those who don’t work directly in EP but do work with EP patients. Expert faculty will provide an overview of the patients, procedures, devices, and medications that are commonly used in EP, along with best practices for caring for patients with a broad variety of arrhythmias.

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