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The ACC Now Invites you to Become a Partners in Care (PIC) Member
As an active CCI registrant, you may be eligible to apply to become a Partners in Care (PIC) member of the American College of Cardiology (ACC).
Introducing the Partners in Care Membership Category:
The ACC Now Invites you to Become a PIC Member
You are on the front lines every day, working with physicians and cardiovascular care team members alike to make and execute the best medical decisions possible with flawless precision. Keeping up-to-date on the latest pharmaceuticals, technology and guidelines can be daunting. The ACC can help.
The ACC invites cardiovascular technologists, including sonographers, electrophysiology specialists, invasive specialists and vascular specialists, to become Partners in Care (PIC) members of the ACC. Applicants must be certified as a RCCS, RCES, RCIS, RCS, or RVS by Cardiovascular Credentialing International and have two or more years of experience in their field. No other organization can match the ACC's cardiovascular education and networking opportunities.
As a PIC member of the ACC, you'll receive:
• Complimentary access to the JACC Journals online: the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC), JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging and JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions.
• Complimentary access to CardioSource.org, the College's interactive website.
• Complimentary receipt of ACC Publications, including Cardiology magazine and the Cardiovascular Care Team e-Newsletter, which includes clinical content from CardioSource.org and feature articles from Cardiovascular Team Section members.
• The opportunity to subscribe to other member and CardioSource eNewsletters.
• Access to cardiovascular guidelines and quality standards for cardiovascular medicine.
• Reduced registration fees for ACC live events including the Annual Scientific Session and i2 Summit, programs on team care and preventive cardiology and more.
• Significant discounts on ACCF educational products, including Self-Assessment Programs and Meeting on Demand™ Programs.
• Timely updates on ACC's efforts to represent cardiovascular community interests on Capitol Hill, as well as with state and federal agencies.
• Additional opportunities to influence the College's policies in science, advocacy and education through expanded avenues of participation available on national committees, councils and work groups.
• Leadership and networking opportunities through the Cardiovascular Team Council and Section.
For more information and to access an application, visit: www.CardioSource.org/PIC.