Dr. Smith Goes to Washington
This post was authored by Annabelle S. Volgman, MD, FACC, a member of the Women in Cardiology (WIC) Section.  Cardiologists on Capitol Hill? It turns out that a big part of taking care of patients is controlled by what happens … Continue reading → The post Dr. Smith Goes to Washington appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
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Helping Congress Transform Cardiovascular Care
This post was authored by Michelle Hadley, DO, a fellow in training at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester, MA. I have always wanted to be impactful. In October, I attended ACC’s 2015 Legislative Conference in Washington, DC. We met with our … Continue reading → The post Helping Congress Transform Cardiovascular Care appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - May 17, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Health Policy and Practice Management Care Coordination Fellows in Training guest post Health Reform Physician Payment Prevention Source Type: blogs

The Path Forward to Health Equity
This post was authored by Kim Allan Williams Sr., MD, MACC, immediate past president of the ACC. Throughout my ACC presidency, I focused on bringing attention to health disparities and finding solutions to ensure all patients receive the cardiovascular care … Continue reading → The post The Path Forward to Health Equity appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - May 3, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Kim Allan Williams Tags: Health Policy and Practice Management Health Reform Patient-Centered Care Prevention Source Type: blogs

Private Practice Cardiology: Advice For Young Mothers
This article was authored by Riya Chacko, MD, a cardiologist at the Cardiovascular Group of Syracuse in Syracuse, NY, and a member of the ACC Women in Cardiology (WIC) Section. In fellowship, no one prepares you for the decisions you … Continue reading → The post Private Practice Cardiology: Advice For Young Mothers appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 28, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Membership guest post women Source Type: blogs

Past ACC President Selected to Chair World Heart Federation Partners Council
This post was authored by John Gordon Harold, MD, MACC, past-president of the ACC. I am honored to have been chosen as the chair of the World Heart Federation (WHF) Partners Council for 2016 on behalf of the ACC. In … Continue reading → The post Past ACC President Selected to Chair World Heart Federation Partners Council appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 18, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: John Gordon Harold Tags: Health Policy and Practice Management Innovation International Leadership/Professionalism Prevention Source Type: blogs

Changing the Conversation: A Unique Approach to Legislative Practice Visits
This article was authored by Edward J. Toggart, MD, FACC, governor of the ACC Oregon Chapter. Recently, I had the opportunity to meet with Rep. Kurt Schrader (D-OR), who is a veterinarian by trade and is in his 4th term … Continue reading → The post Changing the Conversation: A Unique Approach to Legislative Practice Visits appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 14, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Health Policy and Practice Management guest post Health Reform Payers/Health Plans Physician Payment Source Type: blogs

Making Progress in Social Media and Medicine: Engagement at ACC.16
This post was authored by Kevin R. Campbell, MD, FACC, assistant professor of medicine, University of North Carolina, division of cardiology, and a presenter at ACC.16. I was amazed by the uptick in Social media engagement at ACC.16. While 75 percent of all … Continue reading → The post Making Progress in Social Media and Medicine: Engagement at ACC.16 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 7, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Special Topics ACC16 guest post social media Technology Source Type: blogs

ACC.16 Video Highlights – Day 3
See more insightful interviews on the hottest topics and Late-Breaking Clinical Trials from the last day of ACC.16 on the ACC’s ACC.16 YouTube Playlist. For comprehensive coverage of the meeting from the fellow perspective, see the full list of FITs … Continue reading → The post ACC.16 Video Highlights – Day 3 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 4, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Special Topics ACC16 Fellows in Training Source Type: blogs

Special Issue of JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging Highlights Value of CV Imaging in Women
This post was authored by Leslee J. Shaw, PhD, FACC, associate editor of JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging and a member of ACC’s Cardiovascular Disease in Women Committee. For decades, we have heard all of the statistics that more women are dying … Continue reading → The post Special Issue of JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging Highlights Value of CV Imaging in Women appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 4, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Clinical Topics CV Meetings Membership ACC16 CardioSmart guest post Source Type: blogs

Who Cares About Lifestyle … I Want Science!
This post was authored by Andrew Freeman, MD, FACC (@heartcuredoc) I have definitely heard people question the importance of lifestyle before. Exercise up until recently was considered “alternative” medicine, and diet was considered an adjunct to pills. However, very good … Continue reading → The post Who Cares About Lifestyle … I Want Science! appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 4, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Special Topics ACC16 guest post lifestyle Source Type: blogs

2016 ACC/Merck Fellows Honored During 35th Anniversary Reception
The ACC/Merck Fellowship Program celebrated its 35th anniversary on April 2 during the ACC.16 Merck Awards Reception. This unique program has provided support to four fellows in training (FITs) seeking to launch careers in cardiovascular research. Over the past 35 … Continue reading → The post 2016 ACC/Merck Fellows Honored During 35th Anniversary Reception appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
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ACC.16 Video Highlights – Day 2
Check out ACC video coverage from the second day of ACC.16. Top highlights include: Keep up on video coverage of other Late Breaking Clinical Trials throughout ACC.16 on the ACC’s ACC.16 YouTube Playlist.  For full ACC.16 news coverage, visit ACC.org/ACC16. … Continue reading → The post ACC.16 Video Highlights – Day 2 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
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ACC’s First Leadership Academy Cohort Presents Capstone Projects at ACC.16
This post was authored by Rosanne Nelson, an ACC staff member focused on member leadership development and the facilitator of ACC’s Leadership Academy. Two years ago, a diverse group of 14 early career and Fellows-in-Training members of the ACC came … Continue reading → The post ACC’s First Leadership Academy Cohort Presents Capstone Projects at ACC.16 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 3, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Special Topics ACC16 Fellows in Training Source Type: blogs

ACC.16 Video Highlights – Day 1
See ACC video coverage of the hottest topics from opening day of ACC.16: Keep up on video coverage of other Late Breaking Clinical Trials throughout ACC.16 on the ACC’s ACC.16 YouTube Playlist.  For full ACC.16 news coverage, visit ACC.org/ACC16. The … Continue reading → The post ACC.16 Video Highlights – Day 1 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 2, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Special Topics Uncategorized ACC.16 Fellows in Training Source Type: blogs

The Battle Begins at ACC.16
Using a popular game-style teaching technique, state ACC chapter teams – made up of three fellows in training (FITs) – will have the opportunity to showcase their clinical knowledge at the inaugural Inter-State FIT Jeopardy Competition at ACC.16. FIT Jeopardy … Continue reading → The post The Battle Begins at ACC.16 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 2, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Special Topics ACC16 FIT Source Type: blogs

Exciting News on TAVR; Tempered by Unanswered Questions
This post was authored by Lars G. Svensson, MBBCH, PhD, FACC, chair of the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart and Vascular Institute at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. There are few procedures that show a benefit for patients relieving … Continue reading → The post Exciting News on TAVR; Tempered by Unanswered Questions appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 2, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Clinical Topics CV Meetings Membership ACC16 guest post TAVR Source Type: blogs

#Cardiology Ontology: Using Hashtags to Improve #CVD Care
This post was authored by R. Jay Widmer, MD, PhD (@DrArgyle);  Carolyn M. Larsen, MD (@carolynmarieMN); Robert A. Harrington, MD, FACC (@HeartBobH); T. Jared Bunch, MD (@TJaredBunch); John P. Erwin, III, MD, FACC (@HeartOTXHeartMD); John M. Mandrola, MD, FACC (@drjohnm); … Continue reading → The post #Cardiology Ontology: Using Hashtags to Improve #CVD Care appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 2, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Special Topics ACC16 Early Career Education/Lifelong Learning Fellows in Training guest post Innovation social media Technology Source Type: blogs

Taking a Closer Look at Centralized Systems of Care
This post is authored by Richard J. Kovacs, MD, FACC, chair of the ACC’s Clinical Quality Committee. As a result of continued hospital and practice integration, as well as an ongoing evolution to a health care system focused on value, … Continue reading → The post Taking a Closer Look at Centralized Systems of Care appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 1, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Clinical Topics CV Meetings Membership Care Coordination guest post Patient-Centered Care Source Type: blogs

Welcome to Chicago!
This post was authored by ACC President Kim Allan Williams Sr., MD, FACC, president of the ACC. Over the next three days, the world of cardiology will descend upon my hometown of Chicago for ACC.16! Many people were involved in … Continue reading → The post Welcome to Chicago! appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - April 1, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Uncategorized ACC16 Education/Lifelong Learning Source Type: blogs

ACC.16 FIT Clinical Decision Making: The Importance of Revisiting the History and Physical Examination
This post was authored by Colin Phillips, MD, a fellow in the Division of Cardiovascular Disease at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, MA. As a fellow in training, the opportunity to spend a weekend with a community of … Continue reading → The post ACC.16 FIT Clinical Decision Making: The Importance of Revisiting the History and Physical Examination appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 31, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership ACC16 FIT guest post Source Type: blogs

A Sister’s Love Uplifts Hearts
This post was authored by Robert Beekman, III, MD, FACC, chair of ACC’s Adult Congenital and Pediatric Cardiology (ACPC) Section. This year at ACC.16 several congenital heart disease (CHD)-focused sessions and events will take place, including an ACPC Section “CHD … Continue reading → The post A Sister’s Love Uplifts Hearts appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 29, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership ACC16 Congenital Heart Disease guest post Patient-Centered Care Source Type: blogs

International Perspectives at ACC.16
This post was authored by Daniel José Piñeiro, MD, FACC, chair of the ACC Assembly of International Governors. Cardiovascular disease is a global health issue that affects countries and communities around the world in myriad ways. As such, international viewpoints … Continue reading → The post International Perspectives at ACC.16 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 24, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership ACC16 guest post International Source Type: blogs

Women’s History: Imaging, Quality and the Workforce
This post was written by Pamela S. Douglas, MD, MACC, a past president of the ACC and a member of ACC’s Women in Cardiology (WIC) Section. I choose to specialize in cardiology because it combined a great mix of direct … Continue reading → The post Women’s History: Imaging, Quality and the Workforce appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 22, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Membership Special Topics guest post women Source Type: blogs

Hitting the Ground Running: Sports and Exercise on the Move at ACC.16
This post was authored by Jana MH Goldberg, MD, cardiovascular disease fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and a member of ACC’s Sports and Exercise Cardiology Section Leadership Council. There is one thing that most members of … Continue reading → The post Hitting the Ground Running: Sports and Exercise on the Move at ACC.16 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 21, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership ACC16 Education/Lifelong Learning guest post Sports and Exercise Source Type: blogs

A History of Women’s Heart Health
This post was authored by Nanette K. Wenger, MD, MACC, professor at the Emory University School of Medicine, director of the cardiac clinics at Grady Memorial Hospital and a member of ACC’s Women in Cardiology (WIC) Section. As we celebrate … Continue reading → The post A History of Women’s Heart Health appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 15, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Membership Special Topics guest post Leadership/Professionalism women Source Type: blogs

Health IT Innovation Showcased at HIMSS16
This post was authored by Tyler J. Gluckman, MD, FACC, a presenter at HIMSS16. Just weeks after the ACC was in Las Vegas for the 2016 Cardiovascular Summit, thousands of health information technology (IT) experts came together in the same … Continue reading → The post Health IT Innovation Showcased at HIMSS16 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 14, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Health Policy and Practice Management Special Topics CMS guest post Health IT Health Reform Technology Source Type: blogs

And It’s Going, Going, Gone! ACC Knocks It Out of the Park at Big Sky
This article was authored by Sandeep K. Krishnan, MD, a fellow in training (FIT) at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. The ACC has done it again! Another home run for the FIT team! I recently had the good … Continue reading → The post And It’s Going, Going, Gone! ACC Knocks It Out of the Park at Big Sky appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 11, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Education/Lifelong Learning Fellows in Training guest post Innovation Source Type: blogs

ACC’s WIC Section Celebrates Women’s History Month
This post was authored by Sandra Lewis, MD, FACC, chair of ACC’s Women in Cardiology (WIC) Section. This March, ACC’s WIC Section is celebrating the achievements and history of female cardiologists. In a field typically dominated by men, pioneering women … Continue reading → The post ACC’s WIC Section Celebrates Women’s History Month appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 8, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Membership Special Topics guest post Leadership/Professionalism women Source Type: blogs

Introducing JACC: Basic to Translational Science
This post was authored by Douglas L. Mann, MD, FACC, editor-in-chief of JACC: Basic to Translational Science. Since the launch of its namesake, the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) family of journals has set a high standard … Continue reading → The post Introducing JACC: Basic to Translational Science appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - March 2, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Special Topics guest post Source Type: blogs

‘I am CardioSmart’ Contest Recognizes Inspiring Heart Health Stories
This post was authored by Marth Gulati, MD, MS, FACC, editor-in-chief of CardioSmart.org. This month, CardioSmart announced the winners of its annual “I am CardioSmart” contest, which has been held every year since 2013 to recognize people living well with … Continue reading → The post ‘I am CardioSmart’ Contest Recognizes Inspiring Heart Health Stories appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 29, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Membership Special Topics CardioSmart guest post Heart Month Patient-Centered Care social media Source Type: blogs

Cardiovascular Summit: Disruptive Solutions For the CV Care Team
This post was authored by C. Michael Valentine, MD, FACC, incoming vice president of the ACC and course co-director of the 2016 Cardiovascular Summit. As clinicians, we strive day in and day out to provide high-quality, patient-centered, cost-efficient care to … Continue reading → The post Cardiovascular Summit: Disruptive Solutions For the CV Care Team appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 22, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Care Coordination CV Summit2016 Education/Lifelong Learning guest post Innovation Payers/Health Plans Physician Payment Source Type: blogs

Make Your EHR Work For You
This post was authored by Tyler J. Gluckman, MD, FACC, presenter at the 2016 Cardiovascular Summit. We all know that electronic health record (EHR)/electronic medical record (EMR) systems are ubiquitous, largely because of the federal EHR Incentive Program and efforts … Continue reading → The post Make Your EHR Work For You appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 20, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings CV Summit2016 guest post Health IT Technology Source Type: blogs

Using Data to Improve Quality and the Consistency of Care – Part 2
This post was authored by John A. Spertus, MD, MPH, FACC, presenter at the 2016 Cardiovascular Summit. Variations in care have been described for decades. For example, the Dartmouth Atlas has repeatedly shown>10-fold variations across the country in the … Continue reading → The post Using Data to Improve Quality and the Consistency of Care – Part 2 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 19, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings CV Summit2016 guest post Source Type: blogs

Using Data to Improve Quality and the Consistency of Care – Part 1
This post was authored by John A. Spertus, MD, MPH, FACC, presenter at the 2016 Cardiovascular Summit. The practice of cardiology is immensely challenging. On the one hand, we have more evidence to guide treatments than any other area of … Continue reading → The post Using Data to Improve Quality and the Consistency of Care – Part 1 appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 18, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings CV Summit2016 guest post Source Type: blogs

National Cardiac Rehab Week: Encouraging Patient Education and Participation
This post was authored by Richard A. Josephson, MS, MD, FACC, member of the ACC Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease Section Leadership Council, and Derin Tugal, MD, a fellow in training at Case Medical Center, University Hospitals of Cleveland and a … Continue reading → The post National Cardiac Rehab Week: Encouraging Patient Education and Participation appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 16, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Special Topics CardioSmart Care Coordination Fellows in Training guest post Heart Month Source Type: blogs

New Quality Measure Core Sets Provide Continuity For Measuring Quality Improvement
For the first time ever, public and private payers have an agreed upon core set of quality measures from which to work from for quality improvement, clinical decision-making, and value-based payment and purchasing purposes. The Core Quality Measures Collaborative, of … Continue reading → The post New Quality Measure Core Sets Provide Continuity For Measuring Quality Improvement appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 16, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Special Topics Source Type: blogs

Find Your Heart a Home
This post was authored by Gregory J. Dehmer, MD, MACC, chair of the NCDR Public Reporting Advisory Group. In this era of health care transparency, patients and their families want access to credible information about quality of care to help … Continue reading → The post Find Your Heart a Home appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 10, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Special Topics CardioSmart guest post Health IT Heart Month Innovation Technology Source Type: blogs

Congenital Heart Disease Awareness: Transitioning ACHD Patients Into Specialty Care
This article was authored by Marion McRae, ACNP-BC, a nurse practitioner in the Guerin Family Congenital Heart Program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. Congenital heart disease (CHD) occurs in close to 1 percent of births with over … Continue reading → The post Congenital Heart Disease Awareness: Transitioning ACHD Patients Into Specialty Care appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 9, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: Clinical Topics Special Topics CardioSmart Congenital Heart Disease CV Team guest post Heart Month Patient-Centered Care Source Type: blogs

Leadership Forum Arms New and Emerging ACC Leaders With Tools For Success
This post was authored by Richard A. Chazal, MD, FACC, president-elect of the ACC. It was an honor to join my ACC leadership peers and colleagues in Washington, DC for the College’s Leadership Forum, which was kicked off Friday morning … Continue reading → The post Leadership Forum Arms New and Emerging ACC Leaders With Tools For Success appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 8, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Admin Tags: CV Meetings Membership Special Topics guest post Leadership/Professionalism Source Type: blogs

American Heart Month: Making Informed Care Decisions
This post was authored by Kim Allan Williams Sr. MD, FACC, president of the ACC. At the beginning of each new year, we make resolutions to create healthier habits, typically we try new activities and engage more with friends and … Continue reading → The post American Heart Month: Making Informed Care Decisions appeared first on ACC in Touch Blog. (Source: ACC in Touch Blog)
Source: ACC in Touch Blog - February 3, 2016 Category: Cardiology Authors: Kim Allan Williams Tags: Membership Special Topics CardioSmart Care Coordination Heart Month Patient-Centered Care Prevention Source Type: blogs