CVBoard Components


Support the creation of an independent Board of Cardiovascular Medicine. Comment now! CVBoard.org

Get Involved

The formal application seeking the creation of a new, independent Board of Cardiovascular Medicine has been submitted to the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). As part of this process, ABMS has launched a 90-day Public Comment Period seeking input on the new Board that runs now through July 24.

Make Your Voice Heard

The Public Comment Period is an important opportunity for the cardiovascular community, hospitals and health systems, patients and other stakeholders to engage in the decision-making process and highlight the value the new, independent Board will bring to cardiovascular clinicians and, more importantly, patients. Sample talking points are provided below to help with drafting your comment letter. However, it’s important to remember that personalized comments have the greatest impact.

Get Involved

The formal application seeking the creation of a new, independent Board of Cardiovascular Medicine has been submitted to the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). As part of this process, ABMS has launched a 90-day Public Comment Period seeking input on the new Board that runs now through July 24.

Make Your Voice Heard

The Public Comment Period is an important opportunity for the cardiovascular community, hospitals and health systems, patients and other stakeholders to engage in the decision-making process and highlight the value the new, independent Board will bring to cardiovascular clinicians and, more importantly, patients. Sample talking points are provided below to help with drafting your comment letter. However, it’s important to remember that personalized comments have the greatest impact.

Support the creation of an independent Board of Cardiovascular Medicine. Comment now! CVBoard.org

Get Involved

The formal application seeking the creation of a new, independent Board of Cardiovascular Medicine has been submitted to the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS). As part of this process, ABMS has launched a 90-day Public Comment Period seeking input on the new Board that runs now through July 24.

Make Your Voice Heard

The Public Comment Period is an important opportunity for the cardiovascular community, hospitals and health systems, patients and other stakeholders to engage in the decision-making process and highlight the value the new, independent Board will bring to cardiovascular clinicians and, more importantly, patients. Sample talking points are provided below to help with drafting your comment letter. However, it’s important to remember that personalized comments have the greatest impact.


Submit your comments to by July 24

Support the creation of an independent Board of Cardiovascular Medicine. Comment now! CVBoard.org

Support the creation of an independent Board of Cardiovascular Medicine. Comment now! CVBoard.org