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ACC Quality Summit: NCDR and Accreditation Annual Session & Expo

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The ACC is bringing NCDR and Accreditation Services together to create one great meeting: the ACC Quality Summit: NCDR and Accreditation Annual Session & Expo! Registration will open in mid-October for the ACC Quality Summit, scheduled for March 13 – 15, 2019, at the Hyatt Regency in New Orleans, LA.

The ACC Quality Summit: NCDR and Accreditation Annual Session & Expo will provide attendees with NCDR registry-specific and hospital industry knowledge, plus a deeper understanding of the value of accreditation and ways patient data can drive process improvement initiatives. Attendees will take away best practices through networking, workshops, and posters and discover tools and techniques to improve health care quality within their organizations. Don't miss this dynamic educational event!

Save the date for ACC Quality Summit: NCDR and Accreditation Annual Session & Expo, March 13 – 15, 2019, New Orleans, LA! Additional information to come.


Past Congresses

20th Congress Brochure, Oct 25 - 26, 2017 • Las Vegas, NV

20th Congress Brochure

19th Congress Brochure and Abstracts, May 25 - May 27, 2016 • Miami, FL

19th Congress Brochure

The following are ACS Abstracts presented at the 19th Congress, which took place May 25-27, 2016 in Miami, FL.

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Cardiac Cath Lab INR Policy

Utility of Postextrasystolic Potentiation in Assessing Severity of Low-Flow Low-Gradient Aortic Stenosis: A Case Series

Can the Occurrence of Nuisance Alarms be Reduced by Changing How Electrodes are Used?

STEMI Feedback in 30 Seconds or Less

Improving Clinical Outcomes: Reducing Door to Electrocardiogram Read Times in the Emergency Department

Utilization of the HEART Score and a Multidisciplinary Chest Pain Algorithm in the Adult ED: Safely Decreasing Admissions and Resources

Henry Ford HEART Study: HEART Score in Emergency Room Evaluation of Chest Pain Associated with Marked Reduction in Hospitalization Cost and Length-of-Stay

Increasing Cardiac Arrest Survival Rates with early Hands-Only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Early Cardiology Follow-Up of Low Risk Chest Pain Patients After Emergency Room Discharge: Improving Patient Compliance

Clinical Profile of Low Risk Chest Pain Patients Presenting to a Community Hospital Emergency Room: High Obesity Rate

Reduction in Length of Stay for Low Risk Chest Pain through Process Improvement

Bringing Science to the Bedside- GDMT NOW not later

Improving STEMI Transfers

Code Chill - Processes Improvement: Targeted Temperature Management (TTM) to Treat Post-Cardiac Arrest

A Mutidisciplinary approach to improve First Medical Contact to Device Activation

Chest Pain Observation admissions and the Clinical Outcomes Throughout Hospitalization

Reducing Excessive Initial Heparin Dosing in Non-ST Elevation Acute Coronary Syndrome

The following are Heart Failure Abstracts presented at the 19th Congress, which took place May 25-27, 2016 in Miami, FL.

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Standardized Device Screening for Improved Patient Care Delivery and Outcomes

Enhancing Heart Failure Care; Collaborating Strategies for Improved Outcomes

The following are AFib Abstracts presented at the 19th Congress, which took place May 25-27, 2016 in Miami, FL.

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Quivering Hearts

If you are searching for abstracts and materials that were presented previous to the 19th Congress, please contact customercare@acc.org.


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