The Heart Rhythm Society’s 35th Annual Scientific Sessions will celebrate the history of the cardiac arrhythmia field and how the science, discovery, and innovation of the past and present are shaping our future.
Building on years of tradition, Heart Rhythm will once again bring together the world's most noted experts in cardiac rhythm management. Here, physicians, allied health care professionals, and scientists will network and explore the latest education and technology aimed at advancing this dynamic field and improving patient care.
Heart Rhythm 2014 promises to deliver a program filled with exceptional educational and networking opportunities.
Maximize your conference experience:
More than 250 sessions available
Meet 900 world-renowned heart rhythm experts
More than 130 exhibitors showcasing the latest arrhythmia products and services
Network with thousands of physicians, scientists, allied professionals, and industry leaders
The Society's Annual Scientific Sessions provides the best opportunity for exhibitors to attract new prospects, introduce new products, and give product demonstrations to buyers in your field. The exhibit area is always a busy marketplace for the latest and most innovative products and technologies in heart rhythm management.
Maximize your exposure to heart rhythm professionals from across the globe at this premier conference through a variety of exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities.
Showcase your innovative technology and services to nearly 8,000 professionals in cardiac rhythm management expected to attend Heart Rhythm.
In 1979, four electrophysiologists recognized the need for a society dedicated to the field cardiac pacing and electrophysiology. Doctors J. Warren Harthorne, Victor Parsonnet, Seymour Furman, and Dryden Morse thus founded the North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology, or NASPE, in Boston. In 2004, NASPE celebrated its 25th anniversary, moved to Washington, DC and changes its name to Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) to better reflect its membership constituencies and expanded mission.