Kim Allan Williams Sr., M.D., FACC, Immediate past president of The American College of Cardiology will speak at the Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Cardiology’s Annual Meeting (CCACC) at the Waterview in Monroe Connecticut on Wednesday, April 26th , 2017
Williams, chief of cardiology and James B. Herrick Professor at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, has published numerous peer reviewed articles, editorials, book chapters and review articles in the field of cardiology, cardiac imaging and regarding minority health issues, with emphasis on education and innovations in perfusion imaging and quantitation of ventricular function. His more recent research interests include prevention of heart disease, health care disparities and payment policy, and appropriate use of cardiac imaging.
Connecticut Chapter of the
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From the CCACC 2016 Annual Meeting
Qurat-ul-ain Jelani, MD is the winner of the CCACC's Annual Meeting Poster Competition's First Prize in Original Research Abstracts, with the presentation on VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION IS SIGNIFICANTLY WORSE AMONG LOW-MODERATE RISK AFRICAN AMERICAN FEMALES PRESENTING WITH CHEST PAIN TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT.
Simone Bailey, MD is the winner of the CCACC's Annual Meeting Poster Competition's First Prize in Case Vignette Abstracts with the presentation, SEVERE AORTIC REGURGITATION DUE TO GRANULOMATOUS
Dr. Patrick O'Gara's Key Note speech on New & Evolving Non-Surgical Approaches to Valvular Heart Disease was well received and his collegial style of presentation fostered some great interaction. Dr. Larry Cohen sharing his perspective.
Dr. Ed Tuohy provides a STATE of the CONNECTICUT CHAPTER REPORT along with an ACC analysis of MACRA
CCACC CPR Curriculum for Training in Connecticut High Schools
Click on the links below to access the documents
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Guide
CCACC Council Members Seth Lapuk, MD, FACC and Gilead Lancaster, MD FACC at the Ceremonial Bill Signing for Public Act 15-94 on August 5th, 2015.
An Act Concerning The Inclusion of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training, the Safe Use of Social Media and Computer Programming Instruction in the Public School Curriculum.
This law will mandate CPR training in Connecticut High Schools and has been a long- standing goal of the Connecticut Chapter.
The most important area for CCACC advocacy is the Connecticut Legislature. The CCACC has formed a PAC to maximize our legislative presence. By gathering the support of many Cardiologists into one source, the CCPAC creates a collective source that politicians recognize and respect. The PAC allows CCACC leadership to attend legislative meetings and fund-raisers, building bi-partisan relationships and being a vocal presence at the legislature.
Please join your colleagues in support of cardiology in Connecticut. Your contribution to the CCPAC must be a personal contribution. Checks should be written to CCPAC and mailed to: