ACCF/SCAI Offer Board Certification and Recertification Prep Course
To help interventionalists prepare for Board Certification or recertification – recognized as THE marker of competence and proficiency among physicians practicing interventional cardiology – the Society of Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions Foundation and the American College of Cardiology Foundation offer this comprehensive and essential educational resource:
Program Directors: Joseph D. Babb, MD, FSCAI, FACC; Frederick Welt, MD, MSc, FSCAI, FACC
August 16 - 18, 2013
Amelia Island, FL
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4i-ACS Performance Improvement Program Allows You to Advance Patient Care & Complete ABIM's Self-Directed PIM
SCAI is encouraging members to participate in the University of Virginia School of Medicine's 4i-ACS Performance Improvement Program.
It's an exciting opportunity to participate in an innovative study on the treatment of patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) and earn up to 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Data from this project can also be used to complete ABIM's Self-Directed PIM and earn ABIM Maintenance of Certification points.
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Maintaining Certification in Interventional Cardiology: What Interventionalists Need to Know
Many interventional cardiologists achieved certification when the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) established board certification in their subspecialty in 2,000. Physicians in this class of board-certified interventional cardiologists should now be completing the requirements to maintain their certification, which will expire Dec. 31, 2010. Among the requirements, physicians must hold an unrestricted medical license and be in good standing. In addition, interventional cardiologists must submit a Form Attesting to Interventional Cardiology Practice, verifying their performance as primary operator, co-operator, or supervisor of 150 percutaneous coronary interventional (PCI) cases in the two years prior to the expiration of the certificate.
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