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Developing a Strategic Plan for the Future of the ACC. ACC BOG Meeting | January 2014 Rick Chazal , MD, FACC. Focus on Strategic Area: Membership Value and Engagement. Position the College as the professional home for the entire CV care team.

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Developing a strategic plan for the future of the acc

Developing a Strategic Plan for the Future of the ACC

ACC BOG Meeting | January 2014

Rick Chazal, MD, FACC


Focus on strategic area membership value and engagement

Focus on Strategic Area: Membership Value and Engagement

  • Position the College as the professional home for the entire CV care team.

  • Sustain physician and CV care team membership by creating and communicating member value, focusing on subspecialty and special interest areas.

  • Recruit, engage and develop Fellows in Training (FIT), Training Director and Early Career members.

  • Create strategic partnerships with other CV societies, as well as other medical specialty groups.


Focus on strategic area population health

Focus on Strategic Area: Population Health

  • Develop partnerships with organizations and other stakeholder groups to pursue national and international population health objectives related to CV disease health.

  • Support members in their expanded accountability to improve the health of populations.

  • Encourage CV team-facilitated patient education.


Focus on strategic area data information and knowledge

Focus on Strategic Area: Data Information and Knowledge

  • Become the premier knowledge source for unbiased clinical CV data.

  • Continue to be the primary, trusted source for CV data collection, aggregation and reporting.

  • Use data to generate science and improve clinical practice consistent with the Triple Aim.

  • Pursue business opportunities and strategic alliances related to these CV data that are consistent with the ACC’s mission and leverage the College’s cardiovascular expertise.


Focus on strategic area transformation of care

Focus on Strategic Area: Transformation of Care

  • Support members in the appropriate use of new, transformational scientific technologies and therapies.

  • Explicitly integrate the Triple Aim into all aspects of the College’s activities in order to help members navigate the transition from a volume-based health care system to one that is focused on value.

  • Define and support optimal CV team-based care, including related workforce and scope of practice considerations.


Focus on strategic area purposeful education

Focus on Strategic Area: Purposeful Education

  • Provide and promote a personalized, competency-based, clinically relevant educational experience.

  • Leverage new delivery technology and evolving learning methods to facilitate continuous performance improvement, optimal practice management and improved outcomes across patient populations.

  • Focus on educational tools and programs that improve members’ clinical, administrative and leadership competencies and position them for success in a transformed system.


Focus on strategic area advocacy

Focus on Strategic Area: Advocacy

  • Be a leading voice in shaping public policy at the federal and state level to achieve better care, better outcomes, and lower cost in the provision and improvement of high quality, cost-effective CV care for patients and populations.

  • Expand the reach of ACC’s advocacy efforts, including an increased emphasis on state advocacy and payer relationships.

  • Empower ACC members to become effective advocates for patients and CV professionals.


What s next

What’s Next?


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