August 2014 webinar: Valvular Heart Disease Part 2 – Aortic Valve
In this two part series on Valvular Heart Disease, we will look at the implications of findings related to commonly encountered Mitral and Aortic Valve disorders in individuals applying for different insurance benefits.
Being able to understand the investigations done and treatment taken will help us categorize the severity of condition and guide us in appropriate risk assessment. Several medical advances taking place in area of treatment related to these conditions and their implication on Critical Illness definition and Claims assessment will be discussed. Case studies will be used to highlight the practical application of information shared.
In this webinar (Part 2), we will be discussing Aortic Valve disorders.
This webinar is targeted at individuals involved in L& H Underwriting and Claims.
- Valvular Heart disease
- Mitral and Aortic Valve disorders
- Severity categorization and risk assessment
- Case studies
- Presentation – 45 mins
- Question and answers – 15 mins
Dr. Asha Sapre
M.D. (Internal Medicine)
External Medical Consultant
26 August 2014 (Tuesday)
2 - 3 pm, AWST (Hong Kong time)
If you are interested in attending this webinar, please contact your Client Manager
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