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Our online postgraduate medical education courses feature advice and tips from the best medical school faculty from around the world.


Ralph Verdino, MD, FACC

Editor-In-Chief; Section Editor: Electrophysiology

Dr. Verdino is Associate Professor of Medicine & Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiologist at the University of Pennsylvania. A noted assessment leader, Dr. Verdino writes assessments for ACC and the CV ITE.

John Erwin III, MD, FACC, FAHA

Section Editor: General Cardiology

Dr. Erwin serves as both Director and Chair of the Dept. of Medicine at Texas A&M CME and Baylor Scott & White Health.

Biykem Bozkurt, MD, PhD, FACC

Section Editor: HF

Dr. Bozkurt is Professor of Cardiology at the Baylor College of Medicine. She is Section Editor for JACC, and Associate Editor for Circ., and serves as a member of AHA/ACCF HF Guidelines Committee.

Nandan Anavekar, MB, BCh, BAO, FACC

Section Editor: Imaging

Dr. Anavekar is a Clinical Cardiologist and Cardiac Radiologist at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.

Philip Green, MD, FACC

Section Editor: Interventional/Structural

Dr. Green is an Interventional Cardiologist at the Columbia University Medical Center.

John Vavalle, MD, MHS, FACC

Section Editor: Interventional/Structural

Dr. Vavalle is an Interventional Cardiologist, the Director of Structural Heart Disease Progam, and APD of the ICFellowship Program at UNC.

Naomi Botkin, MD, FACC

Section Editor: General Cardiology

Associate Professor at University of Massachusetts Medical School and Director of the Cardiology Fellowship Program at UMass Memorial Medical Center

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A Case for Quantity When Measuring Quality

September 17, 2018

The quality of a physician’s work is now often evaluated in metrics and data. Seventeen years ago, the Institute of Medicine issued a call to arms to Cross the Quality Chasm that opened the floodgates for thousands of measures, from government rules to hospital guidelines and consumer evaluations. As healthcare has become more complex, the…

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Dr. Ralph Verdino on Prophylactic ICDs in Patients with Non-ischemic Cardiomyopathy

July 11, 2018

When implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) were first approved by the FDA in 1985, the recipient needed to have survived not one, but two cardiac arrests.  The initial population receiving ICDs was obviously very small.  Although the chances of surviving cardiac arrests has greatly increased over the last few decades, thanks to greater public training in…

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Helping Physicians Manage Burnout and Administrative Overload

July 10, 2018

  The life of healthcare professionals has become more and more challenging every day. New rollouts of EHRs, changing guidelines and ongoing administrative tasks are now occupying physicians’ time. With less time focused on treating patients, burnout is becoming more common. The growing number of administrative tasks are causing burnout for almost half of physicians.…

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