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We are proud to partner with the following organizations.

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United Specialists for Patient Access (USPA) is a coalition of practitioners and affiliated entities involved in providing office-based specialty care. 

CVC partners with USPA to advocate for:


  • A Physician Fee Schedule that prioritizes payment stability and predictability for office-based specialists.

  • Fundamental reform of the PFS to ensure the viability of office-based specialists. 


The CVC partners with the Dialysis Vascular Access Coalition (DVAC).

DVAC is a coalition of medical specialty societies, physicians, and vascular access centers of excellence (VACs) in the office and ASC settings. DVAC members provide vascular access services to individuals with advanced chronic kidney disease and End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD). 


Amputation Prevention Alliance


The CVC is a member of the Amputation Prevention Alliance (APA). 

The APA  is a coalition committed to the mission of reducing the number of avoidable, diabetes-related amputations that take place every year in the United States.

Get a Pulse on PAD Campaign

The CVC is proud to be part of the Get a Pulse on PAD campaign

The effort aims to educate and raise awareness about the risk factors and potential symptoms of PAD – the most debilitating disease that many people have never heard of. The CVC has joined the Get a Pulse campaign with the goal of empowering  patients to advocate for their health by kicking off the conversation with their doctor.

PAD happens when arteries in the legs narrow, reducing or cutting off blood flow, and is a leading cause of non-trauma related amputations when not diagnosed and treated early. Kick off the conversation with your doctor to see if you are at risk or may have PAD.

According to a new national survey, 70% of Americans are not familiar with PAD, despite the disease impacting one in every 20 Americans over the age of 50.

PAD is a common vascular disease in which leg arteries become narrowed, reducing or cutting off blood flow, contributing to 400 amputations performed each day in the United States

"The CVC will continue to raise awareness about PAD and protect patients from the disease before it’s too late. The latest survey results underscore the urgent need for enhanced education efforts to address the surge in amputations devastating marginalized communities," stated Interventional Cardiologist and Endovascular Specialist Jeffrey G. Carr, MD, a CVC Board member. "Since signs and symptoms may often be overlooked, initiating a discussion with your physician to comprehend your risk factors is crucial in averting amputations and, ultimately, preserving lives."

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