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Rebecca Reay

Rebecca Reay

Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Kaufman Center for Heart Failure
Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute
Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Cleveland, OH, USA

Ms. Reay is a Board-Certified, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner in the advanced heart failure ambulatory clinic at the Cleveland Clinic Main Campus. She is dedicated to improving patient quality outcomes and quality of life for patients with heart failure. Her primary focus is increasing patient medication adherence and optimization of guideline-directed medical therapy for the heart failure patient. She has been a consultant to non-heart failure physicians and advanced practice providers and is a mentor and educator to nurses working in the field of Heart failure. Ms. Reay has been an integral part of the development and promotion of the Cleveland Clinic CardioMEMS program. She has served as a lead provider and co-administrator for the CardioMEMS program. 

Ms. Reay has served as Study Coordinator for (GUIDE-HF) Hemodynamic-GUIDEd Management of Heart Failure and was a Contributing Provider for VIV-HF: Virtual Visits in Heart Failure Care Transitions.

Ms. Reay currently serves on the Cleveland Clinic Heart Failure HVTI, Readmission Rate Project Committee. She has served as a consultant on an advisory panel for Cardiac Amyloidosis for other advanced practice providers. Ms. Reay is a Certified Heart Failure Nurse and currently serves on the Heart Failure Society of America’s Nursing Committee and is a member of the American Association of Heart Failure Nurses.

Ms. Reay was recently selected as a subject matter expert by the Heart Failure Society of America to serve on the Exam Development committee to create the first Heart Failure Provider Exam. She was invited by the Heart Failure Society of America to participate in the development of guidelines for Virtual Visits for the Heart Failure patient during COVID-19 and was a Co-Author of the published guidelines in the Journal of Cardiac Failure. Ms. Reay was recently honored with designation as a Fellow in the Heart Failure Society of America.


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