Does your group need improvement in their ECG interpretation skills?
Are an unacceptable number of MI patients being misdiagnosed?
Do you have regular virtual or in-house meetings?
Let Medicus of Houston provide your medical group with live, on-line private lectures on ECG interpretation topics. We have a number of 15 and 30 minute on-line presentations broadcast live via ZOOM! that can easily serve as the educational feature of your meetings. We can also create a custom presentation to best suit your needs. We are available for very early morning meetings as well as evening dinner meetings. If you are meeting virtually… no problem! The instructor will also be able to interact with members of your group to answer questions they may have about the material presented. We also have some short, pre-recorded presentations that we can share with you for your meetings should there be some irregularities in the timing of the meetings and topics. For some lectures, durable learning materials such as ECGs and notes will be emailed to you a few days prior to the meeting for distribution to everyone in attendance.
Are any individual members of your group experiencing difficulties with ECG interpretation? Missed MIs? Not recognizing atrial flutter? Intimidated by the sight of a wide complex tachycardia? Medicus of Houston offers other approaches to improving 12-lead ECG interpretation, such as…
Private, On-line Tutoring Sessions
One-on-one, any topic or multiple topics
The Advanced ECG Interpretation Boot Camp
A live 4-day, in-depth study of intermediate to advanced ECG interpretation
The Masterclass in Advanced Electrocardiography
The same class limited to a maximum of 20 participants with much more flexibility and individual attention
This is the course that has received international recognition!
New! Upcoming Webinars Series
Webinars on various topics lasting 30 minutes – 4 hours
Our next webinar (“Wide Complex Tachycardias”) will be presented January 21 & 22, 2022 and April 29 & 30, 2022
Don’t let your physicians or advanced practice providers invite disaster by depending on the machine interpretation which is fraught with misdiagnoses and mistakes. Having been an instructor of advanced ECG interpretation for many years, I can assure you that many healthcare providers who must read ECGs grossly overestimate their interpretation skills without realizing how heavily they depend on the ECG machine interpretation. Here is an actual example of an ECG that was signed off as “WNL” by a physician who had been told the diagnosis was “Sinus rhythm and normal ECG” (he apparently did not bother to look at the ECG):
See what I mean? This is still happening today! Just don’t let it happen to someone in your group!
Feel free to contact me directly! I look forward to hearing from you.
Jerry W. Jones, MD FAAEM
(713) 393-9944 (M-F, 9a – 5p, Central US Time)