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  • Workforce in Crisis: Charting the Path Forward
    With not enough clinicians available to meet the needs of an ever-increasing patient population, the cardiology profession is on the brink of a crisis. In findings from an ACC Task Force convened by the Board of Trustees (BOT), long training and certification pathways, hyper-specialization, unfavorable work-life balance and an insufficient supply of physicians, APPs, nurses […]
  • Feature | Advanced Imaging in Cardiomyopathies
    Heart failure (HF) is an increasing problem in cardiology. While ischemic cardiomyopathy remains the more understood subset, there is increasing interest in better evaluation of nonischemic cardiomyopathies, a condition commonly found in clinical practice.1 There are a number of reasons for this interest, such as different etiologies underlying dilated cardiomyopathies (DCM) having noticeably different natural […]
  • Editors' Corner | "All Hands on Deck"
    In ways large and small, most days we all feel some effects from the brewing crisis in the cardiovascular workforce. In this month's cover story, we hear from members of the ACC Task Force on the CV Workforce and other College leaders on what it will take to navigate this crisis on all fronts, spanning […]
  • Health Equity in Action | ACC's LGBTQ+ Work Group Aims to Build Community, Improve Care
    A 2021 Gallup poll reported that 10 million adults in the U.S. – 5.6% of the population – identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and more. Data in 2023 put that number at 23 million, representing 7.1% of the population. The LGBTQ+ community did not suddenly gain 13 million members in two years. Instead, […]
  • Prioritizing Health | Improving Heart Health For LGBTQ+ Patients
    Members of the LGBTQ+ community are at higher risk of heart disease and other health challenges, making the creation of a safe and welcoming health care environment an important step in providing equitable care for all. Educating individuals in the community about their risk and supporting conversations with cardiovascular clinicians is also key in advancing […]