Thank you to the over 80 donors who supported the ASE Foundation’s goal of raising $5,000 in 24 hours on December 1. Because of your generosity, we more than doubled our goal, raising $10,607 in just one day! Read more here.
Thank you to our Corporate Sponsor, Freeman. The first $1,000 raised on Giving Tuesday will be matched by Freeman. Learn more about Giving Tuesday here!
ASEF’s Team Ha Noi partners with Mindray to train over 150 healthcare workers and provide care to 279 patients in Northern Vietnam
ASE Foundation volunteers are returning home after spending 4 days working with physicians at the Vietnam National Heart Institute/Bach Mai Hospital in Ha Noi, Vietnam. Visit www.asefoundation.org/vietnam to see pictures and learn more about the week’s efforts.
Follow ASEF volunteers as they participate in a humanitarian and training event in Northwest Argentina, August 2015. Read the blog here.
The ASE Foundation is excited to share with you the Summer 2015 Newsletter! To learn about your fellow members and donors, click here to read the current issue.
You can make a gift to the ASE Foundation online right now! It’s a quick, easy process that will make a huge difference for the future of echo.
Last fall the ASE Foundation (ASEF) gathered leaders from across the healthcare spectrum in the nation’s capital to offer a variety of unique perspectives on the transition to value-based healthcare, with a focus on the role of cardiovascular ultrasound in the changing environment. The summary report from this first-of-its-kind event has now been published in the July issue of JASE, and will serve as an excellent resource for our members to demonstrate the value of echocardiography to colleagues, administrators, and others in the healthcare community.
In addition, ASEF has added speaker slides and video summaries of two panels to the Summit 2014 website, and will continue to add additional videos and other resources as often as possible. One of the highlights of the program featured a panel session with three patients whose care was directly impacted by the use of echocardiography. Click here to watch Sarah Woodruff, an adult with congenital heart disease, talk about the value that echo has brought to her life.