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  • Care Models for Acute Chest Pain That Improve Outcomes and Efficiency

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  • Clinical Outcomes in Patients With ST-Segment Elevation MI and No Standard Modifiable CV Risk Factors

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  • Reminder: CathPCI Registry Seeks Feedback on AKI Risk Model

    The ACC wants to hear from you! As part of ongoing efforts to report meaningful outcomes and improve patient care, the ACC is launching an open comment survey for the CathPCI Registry In-Hospital Risk Standardized Acute Kidney Injury Model. Before completing the survey, please review the CathPCI Registry risk model methodology document. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete and will close Wednesday, July 6. Take the survey. Learn More

  • Latest Impact Factor Numbers Showcase Global Influence of JACC Journals

    The global breadth and reach of the entire JACC Journals family is showcased in the latest release of the 2021 Impact Factor numbers. Not only did JACC earn its highest Impact Factor ever (gaining three points), JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging ranked 9th out of all cardiovascular journals in the world, followed closely by JACC: Heart Failure, JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, and JACC: Basic to Translational Science. JACC: CardioOncology earned an impressive spot in the top 25, followed by JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology in the top 45 among all 207 indexed cardiovascular journals. All told, the numbers reflect the incredible work, vision and leadership of the journal Editors and their respective Editorial Boards, Publishing staff and the constant support of volunteer peer reviewers. The caliber of peer-reviewed science and the collaboration and innovation that goes into producing interactive tools, informative podcasts and central illustrations, and trusted resources and education activities all contribute to making the entire journal family -- now numbering 10 with JACC: Advances, JACC: Asia and JACC: Case Reports -- instrumental in achieving a world where science, knowledge and innovation optimize cardiovascular care and outcomes for patients worldwide. Read more. Learn More

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