The National Alliance of Integrated AFib Centers (NAIAC) is a coalition of hospitals, physicians and treatment centers that use an integrated approach to treat cardiac arrhythmia. We foster a synergy between cardiac specialties to provide a comprehensive and personalized approach to treating AFib, atypical in most settings. NAIAC cardiothoracic surgeons work hand-in-hand with electrophysiologists, cardiologists and other providers to determine and deliver the best treatment based on each patient’s individual needs. Alliance members also partner together, across facility and practice boundaries, to share data, research and resources, all in an effort to improve education and to advance the treatment of Afib.
Comprehensive Treatment Options for all Types of Arrhythmia
The NAIAC teams of electrophysiologists, cardiologists, and cardiothoracic surgeons have each earned reputations for providing proven and innovative methods to treat heart rhythm disorders, from antiarrhythmic drugs, to implantable cardiac defibrillators (ICDs), catheter ablation, minimally invasive surgical techniques, and hybrid procedures that focus on both the inside and outside of the heart to maximize success rates. Using these techniques and others many forms of Afib, previously thought to be incurable, can be managed eliminating the need for long-term medications and providing dramatic improvements to quality of life.
Recent News about Arrhythmia
For World Stroke Day, 500,000 People Call for Urgent Action to Prevent Atrial Fibrillation-Related Strokes Read More
American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) CardioSmart initiative and Mended Hearts are sponsoring Living with Atrial Fibrillation programs Read More
Join the Health eHeart Study to Help Put a Stop to Heart Disease Read More
Free AliveCor Heart Monitor Available to the First 500 US Atrial Fibrillation Patients to Apply Read More
Recent Publications & Articles
ERACEing the Risk of Cerebral Embolism From Atrial Fibrillation Ablation Read More
Neuropsychological Effects of MRI-Detected Brain Lesions After Left Atrial Catheter Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation: Long-Term Results of the MACPAF Study / Clinical Perspective Read More
New 3-D Technology to Treat Atrial Fibrillation
Researchers at the Intermountain Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center have developed a new 3-D technology that for the first time allows cardiologists the ability to see the precise source of atrial fibrillation in the heart Read More