Digital ACC Resources

Podcast Featuring Samples From ACCEL’s Renowned Library Now Live

Thanks to a newly launched ACC podcast, clinicians can hear samples of interviews and topical summaries from ACCEL’s renown library of content. Focusing on cardiology’s most interesting research areas, the ACCEL Lite podcast allows users to hear useful content each week for free. Host Alfred A. Bove, MD, PhD, MACC, introduces select ACCEL content that explores notable research and practice topics through interviews with experts in the field of cardiology. The ACCEL Lite podcast is available on ACC.orgiTunes and Google Play. To get unlimited access to the entire ACCEL library and earn CME, subscribe to the full ACCEL product.

ASCVD Risk Estimator Plus App Now Available

The ACC recently updated the ASCVD Risk Estimator Plus app using recent science and user feedback to help a clinician and patient build a customized risk lowering plan by estimating and monitoring change in 10-year ASCVD risk. This app can be used to: estimate a patient’s initial 10-year ASCVD risk; receive an individualized, risk-based, intervention approach; project the impact of specific interventions on a patient’s risk; guide clinician-patient discussion around customizing an intervention plan; update risk at follow-up, based on a patient’s response to therapy. Search “ASCVD Risk Estimator Plus” on the web or in your app store to download the app for free. Find out more about ACC’s clinical apps at

ACC Weekly Podcast on Not-to-Miss CV Topics Now Available on Google Play, iTunes

ACC members and clinicians have a new way to gain unique insights and expert commentary on some of the top content posted to each week. In his Eagle’s Eye View podcastACC. org Editor-in-Chief Kim Eagle, MD, MACC, discusses the hottest cardiovascular topics, ranging from new clinical guidelines to practice-changing research and innovative quality initiatives and tools. “Our talented team of web editors and ACC staff is dedicated to curating the most valuable content for members and the cardiovascular community,” said Eagle. “The podcast provides an efficient way to obtain weekly highlights in an exciting new format.” Listen now on ACC.orgGoogle Play, or iTunes.

Download the New CathPCI Bleeding Risk Calculator App

The ACC has recently launched the CathPCI Bleeding Risk Calculator App to help clinicians assess the individualized patient risk of experiencing a bleeding event associated with a PCI procedure. This app allows clinicians to compare individual patient risk with the national average based on data from the CathPCI Registry®. Also, the app facilitates consistent risk assessment and communication between a clinician and patient about the overall PCI procedure. Download the app and find out more about ACC’s clinical apps at

Get Easy Access to JACC Content on Your Phone or Tablet Via the JACC Journals App

Use the JACC Journals App to access the latest research and clinical practice updates from the top-ranked family of JACC Journals. This single app puts all of your favorite content at your fingertips – and is accessible across all iOS and Android devices. The app lets you browse new issues, link to featured articles, and interact with figures, tables and multimedia content. The “My Reading List” feature allows you to save articles for offline reading; share via social media; email useful content; and much more! Download the app from the iTunes App Store or get it on Google Play today.

Stay In Touch With the ACC via Social Media

Stay in touch with the ACC and the latest clinical and advocacy news through ACCinTouch. ACCinTouch connects ACC members and those interested in cardiovascular news through popular social networking channels like Facebook,TwitterLinkedIn and YouTube. Join each of these networks to connect with ACC members and those interested in cardiology. In addition to the ACC’s main Twitter profile @ACCinTouch, the College also has a channel dedicated to advocacy-related news (@Cardiology), education (@ACCCardioEd), and quality (@ACCCVQuality). CardioSmart, ACC’s patient education and support program, also has patient-centered cardiovascular news available through Facebook, Twitter (@CardioSmart), and YouTube. For more information about ACC’s social media channels, visit

ACC Archived Webinars

Did you know that you can find archived webinars from throughout the years from the ACC on As a member, you have access to this wealth of information at Questions? Contact ACC’s Resource Center at Phone: 202-375-6000, ext. 5603 or 800-253-4636, ext. 5603 or

Download ACC’s Advocacy Action Mobile App

Be sure to download the ACC Advocacy Action mobile app to get easy access to ACC’s advocacy priorities and timely talking points to share during congressional visits. The app was designed to help members engage with lawmakers and influence health policy. Download it today on iTunes (iPhone, iPad) and Google Play (Android devices).