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Furthering the education and exchange of information within the structural heart disease interventional cardiology community

Over the past decade, the innovation of less-invasive, catheter-based, and hybrid surgical techniques for treating structural heart disease (SHD) have led to the expansion of treatment options affording enhanced patient care and safety. SCAI addresses unique topics facing interventional cardiology through the structural and valvular heart disease lens. 

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From Practice Management

2024 Coding for Structural Procedures

See the latest general coding guidelines for structural procedures covering TAVR/TAVI, TMVR/TMVI, TTVR/TTVI, TPVI, CAVI, and LAAO.

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US Structural Training Programs

From Education and Events

Advanced education and clinical training opportunities in structural interventional cardiology.

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JSCAI

From Publications

Home to all SCAI's clinical guidelines, expert consensus documents, and position statements, JSCAI is your essential resource for advancing interventional practice.

JSCAI publishes the latest clinical research, first-in-human studies, and other original research on interventional therapies, diagnostic modalities, and innovations in treating structural heart disease.

The JSCAI Structural Collection of recently published articles specializes in innovative, less-invasive, catheter-based, and hybrid surgical techniques for treating structural heart disease.

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Submit a Case or Cardio Quiz

From Clinical Practice

In clinical practice, decisions are not always clear-cut. Sharing your case as a recording or cardio quiz helps other practitioners develop their critical thinking skills and keep up-to-date. 

Find out more about the processes to follow to ensure that your case or quiz submission is successful. 

Structural Heart Disease Council

From Leadership

Representing the interests of fellow members and patients, SCAI's councils are responsible for developing the strategy that drives the Society's programs. 

They are an opportunity to get more involved in SCAI's work, continue your professional development and network. 

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