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The FASE credential recognizes the dedicated ASE member with an extraordinary commitment to the field of cardiovascular ultrasound. This designation is a peer-review process. Questions? Contact Dallas Lyons.

ASE Guideline Documents

The ASE guidelines have become an essential and integral part of the practice of echocardiography. As echocardiographic technology and utilization continue to advance, an overwhelming amount of new information is being generated, requiring organized analysis, synthesis, and conversion into specific recommendations. The contents of a guideline are based on systematic evaluation of best available evidence as well as expert consensus.

ASE guidelines are designed to support decision-making in the use of echocardiography as an imaging modality. Ideally, the guidelines will reduce inappropriate variation in practice, provide a focus for continuing education, highlight limitations of existing literature, and provide direction for future research. Why they matter?

ASE also has guideline translations in the eight languages. Questions? Contact Lisé Blandino.


The Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography(JASE) brings physicians and sonographers peer-reviewed original investigations and state-of-the-art review articles that cover conventional clinical applications of cardiovascular ultrasound, as well as newer techniques with emerging clinical applications. These include three-dimensional echocardiography, strain and strain rate methods for evaluating cardiac mechanics and interventional applications. Questions? Contact Debbie Meyer.


CASE, an international cardiovascular imaging case reports journal, is a companion title to the highly-regarded Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography (JASE). It is committed to encouraging excellence in cardiovascular ultrasound worldwide and its application to patient care. This journal supports the mission of the American Society of Echocardiography by publishing peer-reviewed case reports that make teaching points or scientific observations about echocardiography in the clinical setting. Questions? Contact Debbie Meyer.

ASE Courses and Future Course Dates


The American Society of Echocardiography’s mission in advocacy is to represent the interests of our members, while advocating to create an environment for excellence in the quality and practice of cardiovascular ultrasound. ASE’s role as the voice of echocardiography on Capitol Hill, to federal agencies, and among private payers is unquestionably of great–and ever-increasing– importance. Questions? Contact Irene Butler.

ASE International Alliance Partners

The ASE International Alliance Partners program was developed to create a pathway for collaborations and shared resources among participating membership-based echocardiography/cardiology societies.  This program is open to established and recognized specialty or sub-specialty organizations based outside the United States that endorse the practice of cardiovascular ultrasound.  Sections, working groups, or councils of societies that focus on the use of cardiovascular ultrasound outside the US may also be recognized as participants. Questions? Contact Andrea Van Hoever.

ASE Foundation

The ASE Foundation is ASE’s charitable arm, helping to assure the viability and visibility of cardiovascular ultrasound.

The Foundation was created in 2003 to fund initiatives, like scholarships and guidelines-based projects, not supported by membership dues. The scope and success of these projects are completely dependent on donor giving. To secure the funding needed to realize these goals, we look to ASE members, the greater community of health care providers, corporate and industry partners, and other foundations. Each year we establish a fundraising goal and embark on an Annual Appeal to achieve it. Questions? Contact Mary Carmody.

ImageGuideEcho Registry 

ImageGuideEcho is managed by the American Society of Echocardiography and exists to assess specific quality metrics and patient outcomes as a vehicle to drive technology application within the field of echocardiography for the benefit of stakeholders, including patients, physicians, and researchers, through analysis of echo-specific registry data. Questions? Contact Sarah Beth Bdoyan.

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