SCAI invites physicians, scientists, and healthcare professionals who are involved in the field of cardiac catheterization and angiography to become members.
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As the only professional medical society in the U.S. dedicated solely to interventional cardiology, we offer something that no other professional society can. We address the charged and dynamic healthcare environment in which you practice. We are a community and our members are past, present, and future leaders in interventional cardiology.
We support our members to reach their professional and personal leadership goals.
We advocate for the interventional cardiology community, representing our profession, our practices, and our patients.
SCAI membership is based on qualifications of leadership, experience, training, and ethical standards.
Membership gives you access to various members-only benefits!
Discounts on the eLearning Library, Fellows Courses, OnDemand, and SCAI Scientific Sessions—our annual meeting that draws more than 2,000 thought leaders in the field.
SCAI offers open access to its official journal JSCAI. as well as discounted Article Processing Charges to members that publish in JSCAI and an online-only subscription to Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions (CCI).
Quality Initiatives and Clinical Documents
Information about best practices and how to implement the latest evidence-based recommendations for clinical practice with useful tools and resources.
Representation of the interventional cardiology community and their patients with Capitol Hill and the regulatory agencies that affect healthcare policy, laws, and reimbursement rates.
An expanded professional network of 4,000+ members and exposure through events, committees, and the my.scai.org online community platform.
Participate in one of SCAI's many committees and advisory councils to share your experience and refine your leadership skills.
The Clinical Documents produced by SCAI are cutting edge and evidence-based statements created by expert thought leaders in the field. I find them to be exceptionally helpful resources to review, and they help me in my practice to deliver optimal patient care.