The increasing use of mobile technologies such as smartphones, tablets and e-readers has the ability to transform work flow, as well as enhance the way physicians communicate and share information on both a personal and professional level. To that end, the ACC has developed a number of mobile resources designed to help facilitate optimal cardiovascular care at the point of care, as well as help further the patient and cardiovascular care team relationship. Notably, the American College of Cardiology’s CardioSmart Explorer App is the first medical app by the ACC. Previously available exclusively to members of the ACC, it is now available to the general public. “There are so many tools and different ways we can impact health care,” said ACC President William Zoghbi, MD, FACC. “With the increasing College-wide focus on digital collaboration, there will soon be even more mobile offerings and tools to help the cardiac care team and their patients achieve their goals.” Read more about the ACC’s mobile resources in a recent ACC in Touch Blog post.
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