The ACC's Electrophysiology Member Section and Leadership Council is the home for electrophysiology professionals within the ACC, advocating for and advancing priorities of interest to the community.


Combining a unique blend of forum and network, the Electrophysiology Member Section and Leadership Council serves as a College-wide resource for issues related to electrophysiology and electrocardiography. Explore these pages to find out how we do it and who we are.

Become a Member — Join Now.

Serve as a voice for your community and become a part of the Electrophysiology Member Section today! To join, opt in on your member profile at any time, call ACC Member Care at (800) 253-4636, ext. 5603 or check the box on your dues statement each Fall.

Member Benefits

The Electrophysiology Section membership provides participants with opportunities to make a difference in electrophysiology and:

  • Network with colleagues
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Advance your career
  • Strengthen your skills
  • Expand upon your interests within the specialty

Message From the Chair

Welcome to the Electrophysiology Member Section on ACC.org!

The focus of the Electrophysiology Section and Section Leadership Council is on the specialties of cardiac electrophysiology and electrocardiography and includes all aspects of management and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. The EP Section serves as a point of engagement and resource for ACC members who are interested in arrhythmia care. Read more >>>

Section News


Look Out For RUC Surveys on PCI, LAA Services

March 1, 2024


In the coming weeks, you may be randomly selected to complete a survey for the American Medical Association's (AMA's) Relative Value Scale Update Committee (RUC). Survey participants will be asked to estimate the typical time, intensity and complexity of their work and the Relative Value Unit (RVU) for the procedure in comparison to a list of reference services with established RVUs. Feedback from these surveys are used to create AMA recommendations to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Upcoming surveys will look at the PCI family of codes and the existing code for percutaneous transcatheter closure of the left atrial appendage (LAA), respectively. Check your email folders for survey emails from Matt Minnella via a noreply@qemailserver.com email address. The deadline for both surveys is Tuesday, March 12. Learn more about the RUC process here.

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New CV ASC Registry Suite Tracks Cardiac Procedures, Provides Benchmarks For ASCs

February 26, 2024


The ACC has officially launched the new CV ASC Registry Suite – the first unified registry for cardiac procedures performed in ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and office-based labs. With the expansion of ASCs performing select cardiac procedures on eligible patients throughout the U.S., the newest NCDR registry is the first of its kind to easily fit into the patient care workflow and provide these centers with data-driven insights for measuring care delivery and outcomes. The CV ASC Registry Suite leverages the existing NCDR CathPCI Registry and EP Device Implant Registry platforms and metrics to offer big-picture reviews, at-a-glance assessments and patient-level drilldowns on procedures such as diagnostic cardiac catheterization, PCI, defibrillator and pacemaker implants. Learn more.


Get the Knowledge You Need to Transform CV Care at ACC.24

February 8, 2024

Upcoming Event

Join your colleagues in Atlanta, April 6-8, for ACC.24 and explore the Electrophysiology Learning Pathway to get equipped with practical information on the latest advancements, research findings, and innovations that can be used to improve your understanding of arrhythmia management. Sessions in the learning pathway will cover clinical scenarios commonly encountered by general cardiologists and will review the intersection of electrophysiology with other cardiovascular disciplines. Register by March 6 to SAVE and learn more about all ACC.24 has to offer!

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