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APP Learning Pathway

Second Phase in the APP Learning Pathway

The Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Learning Pathway is designed to support healthcare providers with CardioMEMS™ HF System resources. New, as well as experienced, healthcare providers will find content covering implant information, patient management, hemodynamics and overall workflow.

We have broken down the APP learning pathway into three phases:

  1. Understand the use and benefits of the CardioMEMS™ HF System and Merlin.net™ PCN.
  2. Appropriate candidate identification and utilization of patient education resources.
  3. Support your day-to-day clinical practice and maximize effective interventions.

In this second phase, we offer Abbott webinars and Abbott guides and online resources that cover how to identify CardioMEMS candidates, how to use Merlin.net Patient Care Network (PCN) for your case load and where to access patient education resources.

Patient Management Resources

Webinars and Videos


Heart Failure Patient Education Playlist

Abbott has put together a playlist with multiple videos covering patient education topics including what heart failure is, common signs and symptoms, what therapy options people have for managing heart failure and patient stories.


The Post Approval Era: Current Data Review for the CardioMEMS HF System

This webinar reviews the latest clinical data for the CardioMEMS HF System, including an in-depth review of the Post Approval study and how this information might impact clinical practice.


Advanced Heart Failure and Black Americans: Strategies for Improved Patient Outcomes

This program, co-sponsored by Abbott and the Association for Black Cardiologists, is designed for heart failure clinicians in the United States. The video discusses strategies for improving access to advanced technology for more minorities with heart failure.


Heart Failure Management: Co-managing with Nephrology

This interactive webinar discusses the role of the Nephrologist in heart failure management and how co-managing with these physicians can lead to better outcomes for the heart failure patient population.

PDFs

CardioMEMS HF System Clinical Compendium

Download our clinical compendium with in-depth information about clinical studies related to the CardioMEMS HF System.

Merlin.net PCN New Customer Presentation

The Merlin.net Training Presentation can be used to thoroughly explain and train new customers on Merlin.net PCN.

Visual Guide Covering How to Use Merlin.net PCN

This easy visual guide covers all major features of the Merlin.net PCN as well as a Getting Started section.

Merlin.net 10.0 Training Deck

Use the Merlin.net 10.0 Customer Training Deck to highlight new features and prepare customers for effectively utilizing the new updates.

Workflow Strategies for Patient Management

This resource provides both an introduction and training on the CardioMEMS Workflow within the CardioMEMS HF System.

Next Steps

For the third phase of the APP learning pathways, visit our additional resources covering extra information that can help with clinical practice, interventions as well as administration and billing.

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    Contact Learning Pathways
  • Questions about Training & Education
    Questions about Training & Education
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