The South African Society of Cardiovascular Intervention (SASCI) is a non-profit, registered, Section 21 company formed in 2003.

The society's principle objective is to further the education of cardiologists still in training and to create continuous professional development opportunities for those already in practice.

The society also acts in an advisory capacity to funders, industry, members and government on subject matters relating to interventional cardiology.

Submission by the South African Society of Cardiovascular Intervention - HMI Tariff Determination Project

SASCI welcomes the opportunity to participate in this part of the Health Market Inquiry (HMI), addressing the issue of price determination. It has noted the HMI’s document on this regard, as well as the submissions made on Friday, 13 October 2017, by various stakeholders on this matter. 

As a matter of background, SASCI wishes to raise the following as relevant to the current HMI project, as it shows how the fixation on line items and specific codes and tariffs are frustrating to doctors, and possibly not in the best interest of patients.

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ISCAP National Lecture Series, Cape Town on 22 July 2017

ISCAP National Lecture Series, Cape Town on 22 July 2017

Your are cordially invited to attend an ISCAP National Lecture Series on Saturday, 22 July 2017 at Cape Town Marriott Hotel Crystal Towers, C/O Century Boulevard and Rialto Road, Century City, Cape Town

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Interventional Society for Cathlab Professions

ISCAP (Interventional Society of Cath Lab Allied Professionals) is an active Working Group of the South African Society of Cardiovascular Interventions (SASCI). ISCAP is dedicated to emphasizing quality standards; establishing of criteria for credentialing and developing guidelines for training in cardiac/paediatric catheterisation/ electrophysiology and endovascualar laboratories.

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Become a member

For more information on fee stucture and to download the application form click here.