CV Administrator Chair: John T. Vickers, III, MBA, FACHE
The cardiovascular administrator membership category is designed to keep members informed of key issues impacting cardiovascular care and give them the opportunity to influence policy issues that have a direct impact on the delivery of care and the efficiency of the practice. Managing a cardiology practice in a changing health care and economic environment can be challenging. The ACC can help.
Administrators in the CV Service Line and in the practice setting are invited to apply.
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Watch our own Dr. Ganpat Thakker discuss using the PINNACLE Registry in solo practice. Find out more>>>
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