Mayo Clinic Cardiology Updates

Earn up to 44.5 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ and 62 ABIM MOC Points

Watch Sample: "Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) Testing & Evaluations"

What you Get

  • 365 days of access
  • Study guide personalized to you
  • Hours of video with the ability to view at 2x speed
  • Downloadable slides, audio files, board pearls and summaries
  • Accessibility on all your devices
  • Earn AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ and ABIM MOC Points


Mayo Clinic's Cardiovascular Updates makes earning continuing medical education (CME) credit easier and more convenient with its online format. You’ll benefit from Mayo Clinic’s top-of-the-line education and Knowledge to Practice’s expertise in learning design by using Cardiovascular Updates.

Our comprehensive online course is designed to give you a personalized and adaptive learning curriculum that will save you study time, and most importantly, help you reinforce your foundational medical practice knowledge. The course topics contain only evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, as well as what’s new in the medical field.

Cardiovascular Updates is also for the physician seeking to fulfill continuing education requirements and obtain CME credit for board certification. Physicians can earn AMA PRA Category 1 credits and ABIM MOC points, when completing the course for the first time.


Acute Coronary Syndrome Adjunctive Therapies
 J. Wells Askew, III, MD

Assessment and Reperfusion Therapies for Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes
 Steve Ommen, MD

Complications of Myocardial Infarction
 Jeffrey Geske, MD

Ventricular Function
 Steve Ommen, MD

 Rick Nishimura, MD

Cardiac Drugs in Pregnancy
 Heidi Connolly, MD

Cardiovascular Contraindications to Pregnancy
 Heidi Connolly, MD

Physiologic Changes of Pregnancy
 Heidi Connolly, MD

Genetics and Genetic Testing
 Michael Ackerman, MD, PhD

Genetics of Electrophysiology
 Michael Ackerman, MD, PhD

Simple Congenital Heart Disease
 Carole Warnes, MD

Complex Congenital Heart Disease
 Carole Warnes, MD

Assessment and Medical Management of Patients with Known Coronary Artery Disease
 Charanjit Rihal, MD

Assessment and Primary Prevention of Patients at Risk for Coronary Artery Disease
 Rick Nishimura, MD

Revascularization for Patients with Chronic Coronary Artery Disease
 Charanjit Rihal, MD

Risk Stratification for Patients with Suspected or Known Coronary Artery Disease
 Robert McCully, MD

CT and MRI Imaging Cases
 Eric Williamson, MD

Nuclear Imaging
 Eric Williamson, MD

Antiarrhythmic Drugs, Interactions, and Proarrhythmias
 Peter Noseworthy, MD

Pacemakers, ICDs, and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy
 Raul Espinosa, MD

Syncope and Out of Hospital Arrest: Non-Invasive and Invasive Testing and Treatments
 Christopher McLeod, MB, ChB, PhD

 Christopher McLeod, MB, ChB, PhD

The Cardiac Channelopathies (Brugada, CPVT, and LQTS)
 Michael Ackerman, MD, PhD

Ventricular Arrhythmias
 Siva Mulpuru, MD

Cardiovascular Disease in Pregnancy
 Heidi Connolly, MD

ECG Interpretation
 Suraj Kapa, MD

Cardiac Device and Replacement Therapy (Transplant)
 Shannon Dunlay, MD, MS

Medical Treatment of Acute Decompensated Congestive Heart Failure
 Farris Timimi, MD

Medical Treatment of Chronic Stable Congestive Heart Failure
 Paul McKie, MD

State-of-the-Art Lecture: Mechanisms of Heart Failure
 Barry Borlaug, MD

The Cardiomyopathies (CHF)
 Steve Ommen, MD

 Amy Pollak, MD

Pulmonary Hypertension
 Robert Frantz, MD

Acute Pericarditis
 Steve Ommen, MD

Pericardial Constriction
 Steve Ommen, MD

Pericardial Cysts, Tumors, and Metastatic Disease
 Steve Ommen, MD

Pericardial Effusion and Tamponade
 Steve Ommen, MD

Infective Endocarditis
 Michael Cullen, MD

Prosthetic Valves and Other Forms of Valve Disease
 Sorin Pislaru, MD, PhD

Valvular Regurgitation
 Steve Ommen, MD

Valvular Stenosis
 Steve Ommen, MD

Anticoagulation in Pregnancy
 Heidi Connolly, MD

Carotid and Renal Vascular Disease
 Peter Pollak, MD

Diseases of the Aorta and Great Vessels
 Juan Bowen, MD

Diseases of the Peripheral Arteries
 Amy Pollak, MD

Thromboembolic and Venous Diseases
 Robert McBane, MD

Perioperative Management Prior to Non-Cardiac Surgery
 Panithaya Chareonthaitawee, MD

Sleep Apnea
 Virend Somers, MD, PhD

 Charanjit Rihal, MD

Master Class: Utility of the EKG and CXR in Clinical Cases
 Rick Nishimura, MD

ECG Practice Coding

Angiogram Practice Coding
 Mackram Eleid, MD

Echocardiogram Practice Coding
 Kyle Klarich, MD


Credit Types Offered
44.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
62 ABIM MOC Points

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  • Completing the online assessment is required for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. The assessment may be taken two (2) times and requires an 80% pass rate.
  • Credit must be claimed prior to the expiration date of one year from date of purchase.
  • If you obtained credit at the live course, you cannot claim credit again for the same content.

In support of improving patient care, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Credit Statement
The Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science designates this enduring activity for a maximum of 44.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

“Successful completion of this CME enduring material which includes participation in the evaluation component enables the participant to earn up to 62 ABIM MOC points in the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. Participants will earn ABIM MOC points equivalent to the amount of CME credits claimed for the activity. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.”