Symphony of Heart 2020 orchestrated to provide diverse and current outcomes that will keep medical professionals, technicians and industries with latest issues affecting the diagnosis and treatment of Cardiac disorders. In recent years, many technical devices have been developed to help in treating cardiac disorders, replacement and repair therapy. Robotic surgeries made wide differences in treating cardio vascular disorders. This congress mostly focuses on technical challenges faced by cardiologists and advanced technologies available today and promising tomorrow.
Heart 2020 express the gratitude to the dedicated team of Professionals for their highest contribution in developing skills and new technologies for healthy heart till 2020. This platform will be the stage for some of the great brains in the world to pool the knowledge and to overflow to feed the new brains wishes to make the difference in the field of cardiology near future!
Berlin congress on Cardiology in August 03-04, 2020 with theme ‘Symphony 2020 to orchestrate heart rhythm’ for life is designed for interactive presentation on Arrhythmias, cardiology, cardiac surgery, cardiology oncology, pediatric cardiology, sports cardiology, Cardiac imaging, Radiology, Preventive cardiology and alternative medicine.
Heart 2020 starts with a plenary address followed by keynote presentations (maximum 4 presentations), session talks, video presentations, student research and posters.
For the fifth year in a row and for the seventh year out of ten, overall cardiology compensation increased over the previous year in 2018, with a median total compensation of $577,329 per full-time equivalent (FTE). Both private and integrated physicians saw increases, with the gap between the two cohorts closing to one of its lowest levels (11 percent) since the integration wave of cardiology began in 2008. In terms of real dollars, private cardiologists earned just under $65,000 less per FTE than their peers in integrated settings.
A total of 184 groups, representing 2,267 full-time cardiovascular physicians, completed this year’s MedAxcess survey (providing 2018 data). In addition, there were 146 part-time physicians whose data were used in some of the findings, particularly the section on volume trends, for a total of 4,108 providers (physicians and APPs). The median size of the responding groups to this year’s survey was 13 FTE physicians.