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CAPI Cardiology Summit
 

On The Future of Cardiology
August 24, 2024 - 8am to 4pm
Caribe Royal  Resort - Orlando

The Conference

August 24, 2024
Caribe Royal Resort, Orlando
Invitation Only

The second annual CAPI Cardiology Summit brings together 30 top cardiologists from Central Florida to join industry innovators for an intensive learning experience. A strategically crafted invitation-only attendee list blends with a thoughtfully curated program - delivering an inspiring experience to advance attendees in the field of cardiology. 

The intensive one-day conference will be held in Orlando, Florida on August 24, 2024 (from 8am to 4pm). Attendees are selected by a committee to attend, as invited guests conference fees and meals are hosted by CAPI. No CME credit is offered at this conference.

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aTTENDEES

Attendees are selected by a committee to attend, as invited guests conference fees are hosted by CAPI. No CME credit offered at this conference. To reply to an invitation extended by the committee - please register with your access code below. A total of 30 Cardiologists.

Registration - Coming Soon

sponsors

The CAPI Cardiology Summit provides a one-day intensive learning canvas, ideal to showcase your unique expertise in the field of cardiology healthcare. Engagement opportunities include designing a speaker session, activating your brand in the exhibitor showcase, and other customized networking experiences.

speakers

The CAPI Cardiology Summit welcomes our speaker panel.  Use the code provided in your agreement to access to the speaker portal to upload documents and access key information about your engagement.

Registration - Coming Soon
Conference Crowd
Program

The Program 

We are excited to be co-creating our program with input from our Session Sponsors. The sample agenda below will be updated as conference session sponsors and speakers are confirmed.

8am - Registration and Breakfast

9am - Session 1: - Welcome from CAPI Leadership Team

9:30am - 10am Session 2: Advanced Heart Failure Therapies 

10am - 10:30am Session 3: Device Therapies in Heart Failure Management 

​10:30am - Power Break/Exhibit Floor/Networking

 

11:15am - 11:45am Session 4: Recent Advances in Cardiac Imaging 

​11:45am - 12:15pm  - Session 5: Cardio Metabolic Syndrome Prevention and Management Strategies 

​12:15pm - 12:45pm Session 6:   Management of Aortic and Vascular Disease for General Cardiologists

12:45pm - Lunch Exhibit Floor/Networking

 

1:45pm - 2:15pm Session 7: Ischemic Heart Disease Updates

     

2:15pm - 2:45pm Session 8: New Advances in Trans Catheter Valve Replacement Therapies 

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2:45pm - 3:15pm Session 9:

​3:15pm - Open Discussion and Networking

4:00pm  - Event Ends

Conference Crowd

Leadership

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About CAPI

The Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian subcontinent (CAPI), is a network of Central Florida medical and dental professionals (600+ strong) collaborating and leveraging collective expertise and assets - to make a difference in the lives of members and the community, while fostering professional growth and enhancing healthcare for all.  CAPI empowers our members through educational growth, we facilitate impactful conversations within the healthcare industry, and we foster connections to drive professional and business development. And at the heart of all of this, we aim to make a lasting impact on our community by harnessing our collective resources, contributing impactfully to the betterment of society.

CAPI  founded in 2008, is registered under section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code, providing for the exemption of business leagues, chambers of commerce, real estate boards, boards of trade and professional football leagues, which are not organized for profit and not part of the net earnings of which insures to the benefit of any private shareholder or individual. Though 501(c)(6) organizations are “not for profit” and exempt from federal income tax, they are afforded no special treatment under Florida's sales and use tax laws. Contributions to section 501(c)(6) organizations are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor's federal income tax return.

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