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“The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management serves a critical role in the field of cardiac electrophysiology in that it is the only journal that focuses on the clinical issues faced by physicians who care for cardiac patients with heart rhythm abnormalities. The field of cardiac electrophysiology has recently been recognized by CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) as a distinct medical specialty, as such there is no clinical journal dedicated to the real world clinical situations faced by these cardiologists every day. In addition, the Journal highlights new and innovating treatment options and technologies to improve the clinical outcomes of heart rhythm specialists. Given the importance this Journal plays for cardiac electrophysiology clinicians, it is not surprising that this Journal is one of the most widely read journals by clinical cardiac electrophysiologists”.

John Day, MD, FACC, FHRS
Director of Heart Rhythm Services
Intermountain Medical Center
Salt Lake City, UT

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“As a full-time clinician and the training program director for cardiology specialists in the field of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology, The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management is not only a “must read” journal for me to keep up with the most up to date new development in the field, but also an excellent “teaching material resource” for our fellows. The articles published in each issue are well balanced for its content in that it includes articles on the new advances in catheter ablations and device therapy, and also articles on basic “must know” knowledge and skills to perform EP procedures. Even though this is a young journal, it gathered a large group of prominent cardiac specialists in the field as its editorial board members, and received articles from some of the most prominent EP physicians in the country and in the world. The clinical focus of the journal in EP and cardiac pacing makes this journal an unique resource for practicing physicians throughout the world. Its contribution to the quality improvement of clinical practice in clinical cardiac pacing and electrophysiology has already been felt in our academic institution at University of Minnesota and VA Medical Center.”

Jianming Li, MD
Director and EP fellowship training director
Cardiac Pacing and electrophysiology
VA Medical Center
Associate professor and associate EP fellowship training program director
University of Minnesota

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“The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management is a new and innovative journal that has quickly achieved a predominant role in advising cardiac electrophysiologists with research that can help them in their day-to-day functions.

All too often many journals focus on basic science research or on esoteric topics that have little or no applicability to day-to-day problems. The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management is different as it is specifically aimed to cardiac electrophysiologists “in the trenches” to deal with patients on a daily basis. The journal adds new and challenging insights and innovations that directly translate into better patient care and outcomes. The journal has quickly become a sounding board for the electrophysiology community and has widely become recognized as a source of new and valuable information”.

Blair P. Grubb, MD
Distinguished University Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics
Director, Clinical Electrophysiology Program
College of Medicine and Life Sciences
The University of Toledo

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“The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management is a welcome addition to the field. It focuses on articles of clinical importance to the practicing electrophysiologist. I find the published papers to be thoughtful, innovative, and free of bias. The peer review process is appropriately stringent and editorial comments are insightful”.

Imran Niazi, MD
Aurora Cardiovascular Services
Aurora Sinai/Aurora St. Luke's Medical Centers
Milwaukee, WI

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“The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management is a unique practical and necessary journal that provides practicing clinical cardiac electrophysiologists with information not available by any other means. The data and cases presented in this journal provide new insight for the readership making it one of the most popular journals in the field. The approach is creative and multidimensional. Insights expressed in the articles are not available in any other format and for this and other reasons, the journal has rapidly gained attention among the EP community. The information expressed in the journal is evidence based, practical yet innovative. The cutting-edge material helps clinicians deliver the best patient care. There is no other journal that deals directly with issues that impact on patient care on a day-to-day basis. This journal serves this role and does so in a readable imaginative fashion”. 

Brian Olshansky, MD, FHRS, FACC, FAHA
Professor of Medicine
Cardiac Electrophysiology
University of Iowa Hospitals
Iowa City, Iowa

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As a faculty member at an academic institution, I recognize the increasing demand for teaching tools that are clear, visual, easily available and content appropriate. The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management serves a critical role in this field and is already frequently used and cited by electrophysiologists in training and colleagues looking for papers focusing on clinical issues in electrophysiology. The field of cardiac electrophysiology is growing rapidly and so it is the complexity of procedures and patient care. The Journal serves an important need in its dedication to address current themes and how to apply new and innovating treatment options and technologies to improve clinical outcomes. That there is great demand for such a journal is evident in the success of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management reaching a very large reader audience in a very short time. 

Ulrika Birgersdotter-Green, MD
Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology
Director Pacemaker and ICD Services
University of California, San Diego