With an unparalleled focus on advances in interventional and invasive cardiology, SCAI 2016 will feature cutting-edge research, taped cases from around the world, case reviews, interactive workshops and more presented by the field's foremost thought-leaders and teachers all serve one goal - helping you optimize patient care.
It's time to start planning for the Best of the Best in Interventional/Invasive Cardiology Education: SCAI 2016 Scientific Sessions.
Are you an invasive / interventional cardiologist or cardiovascular interventionist?
A cath lab nurse or technologist?
Are you a cath lab or hospital administrator?
No matter what your role is on the Interventional Cardiology Heart Team, SCAI 2016 is the cutting edge, how-to meeting for you. We’ve carefully blended traditional features from previous annual meetings with innovative new sessions that will provide a program you can easily customize to help you do your job better as soon as you return from SCAI 2016 in Orlando.
The SCAI 2016 Scientific Sessions will be a great opportunity for exhibitors to showcase your products and services to more than 1,500 attendees.
SCAI Scientific Sessions represents a unique forum driven by issues of the day in invasive and interventional cardiology and of special interest to:
• Invasive and interventional cardiologists
• Other specialty and general cardiologists
• Cardiovascular Cath Lab Professionals including cath lab nurses, technologists, technicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners
The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions promotes excellence in invasive and interventional cardiovascular medicine through physician education and representation, and the advancement of quality standards to enhance patient care.
The Society for Cardiac Angiography and Interventions began in 1976 under the guidance of Drs. F. Mason Sones and Melvin P. Judkins. These scientists, whose contribution permitted the development and implementation of invasive cardiology, foresaw the need for an organization which would service and advance the discipline further.