SAVE THE DATE!
21st Annual
Cardiology Fiesta

AUGUST 17-19, 2018

San Antonio, Texas

PROGRAM DIRECTORS

Steven R. Bailey, MD, MSCAI, FACC, FACP

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Professor of Medicine and Radiology

Chief, Division of Cardiology

Janey Briscoe Distinguished Chair

UT Health San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas


S. Hinan Ahmed, MD, FACC, FSCAI

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Associate Professor
Clinical and Interventional Fellowship
Associate Program Director
UT Health San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas 

Robert J. Chilton, DO, FACC


PROGRAM CO-DIRECTOR

Professor of Medicine

UT Health San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas

Register Now for Cardiology Fiesta 2018!

SYMPOSIUM OVERVIEW

The Cardiology Fiesta 2018 Symposium is focused on improving patient care by using

topical debates regarding cutting edge therapy, case-based presentations and interactive

audience modalities. We will enhance and illustrate state-of-the-art evidence and best

clinical practices as they apply to real world case patient scenarios. We will provide

the attendee with updates on rapidly evolving technology and techniques, with

presentations from our world-renowned faculty, helping the attendee understand their

role in providing care not only in their practice today but in the future as well.


By providing up-to-date topical reviews we will inform the attendee about how to

achieve the best outcomes. Interactive audience response systems will allow the

attendee to be incorporated into the decision-making process for specific disease

states. This patient focused process will allow the attendee to weigh the risk versus

benefits of therapeutic choices. The inclusion of precision medicine which will provide

attendees with increasingly precise information about the molecular mechanism by

which a person has developed CVDs, and facilitate focused approaches to optimize

treatments to allow patient to deal with their personal disease. Taped cases will

provide content focused presentations of how innovative procedures are performed

along with the clinical decision process to decide between therapeutic options making

clinical care choices. Focused sessions will be offered for Fellows and Nurses.