New Cardiovascular Horizons (NCVH) is a Peripheral Intervention Conference focusing on Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) with a special emphasis on Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI).
The goal of NCVH is to bring together key disciplines to focus on a team approach to total cardiovascular care in patients with PAD and CLI. This approach creates an environment for clinical collaboration to address the continuum of care for the patient.
Our educational leadership team includes 25 course directors and 200 faculty from the leading peripheral intervention centers around the world.
The course directors and faculty develop innovative contemporary content that fosters interaction among attendees. Our program provides actionable clinical insights in the areas of cutting edge interventions, new technology and education to support optimal outcomes for patients.
Each year, on average, the conference assembles 1,600 attendees and 100 exhibitors. We provide 32 LIVE interventional cases, 8 LIVE case transmission sites around the world, 300+ scientific lectures and 200+ faculty including clinicians considered preeminent in the field of medicine.
NCVH is well known for hospitality and a family friendly environment. The learning experience is like no other in a city that celebrates life!
EXHIBITOR & SPONSOR INFORMATION:
New Cardiovascular Horizons (NCVH) provides sponsor and exhibit opportunities at all educational conferences. Every supporter is important to us regardless of company size or contribution amount.
We strive to make NCVH a valuable investment and are happy to create custom packages to assist supporters in reaching their target audience and marketing goals.
Opportunities range from simple table top displays to platinum level packages that include exhibit booths, meal functions, training pavilions, print advertising and tangible marketing items.
All programs are conducted in accordance with the ACCME guidelines for commercial support and we take great pride in following all PhRMA and AdvaMed guidelines to ensure balanced and unbiased educational agendas.