Communication In Crisis: The American College of Cardiology’s COVID-19 Hub

About this video

As we all work together on the front lines to best serve our patients and lead COVID-19 response planning for our institutions, the American College of Cardiology (ACC) is working to provide COVID-19 clinical guidance for the global cardiovascular care team. Learn more about the origin and the intent of the ACC COVID-19 Hub, which is intended to help inform you on how to best care for your cardiovascular patients. In this webinar, Thomas M. Maddox, MD, MSc, FACC, chair of the ACC’s Science and Quality committee, will walk you through the current content, clinician engagement and plans for future iterations of the ACC’s COVID-19 Hub. Sign up for this engaging webinar and learn about the various resources available to clinicians and researchers, including clinical guidance documents, frontline experience and clinical perspectives, operational and practice guidance, JACC Journals articles, other publications and more. Don’t forget to extend this invite to other colleagues who might benefit from these resources.


About the presenter

Dr. Thomas Maddox

Chairperson American College of Cardiology COVID-19 Task Force

Dr. Maddox is the chair of the American College of Cardiology’s Science and Quality Committee where he has been spearheading the task force on the ACC COVID-19 Hub. He is also is the inaugural Executive Director of the Healthcare Innovation Lab at BJC HealthCare and the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The Lab catalyzes research and development in care delivery innovation to improve the health of patients and their communities. Dr. Maddox is also a practicing cardiologist, a Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) at the Washington University School of Medicine, and a health services researcher. His research interests have focused on healthcare delivery innovation, learning healthcare systems, prevention in coronary artery disease, and quality of care for cardiac patients. He has authored over 200 peer-reviewed publications, received multiple grants exploring optimal cardiac care and outcomes.