Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a common chronic condition that often goes unnoticed. Symptoms of the disease, including mild pain in the legs and hips, are often mistaken for normal signs of aging and ignored. However, untreated PAD can have life-threatening and costly consequences including heart attack, stroke and other serious health outcomes. If detected early, PAD can be treated before the member suffers debilitating symptoms or adverse health effects. This session will explore best practices for early identification of PAD and behavioral modifications, clinical outcomes associated with diagnosis of PAD, and current and future state of PAD detection.