Cure Your Winter Blues at Echo Hawaii

As cold weather descends upon much of the U.S., you can cure your winter blues, by attending the 29th Annual Echo Hawaii, January 21-25, 2019, along the premier Kohala Coast of the Big Island, Hawaii. Enjoy morning sessions with a world-class faculty in an interactive informal setting, and then go enjoy the lovely warm and sunny outdoors each afternoon. The course covers the breadth of echocardiography from valvular disease to heart failure and also has sessions on perioperative management and cardio-oncology. In addition to the didactic sessions using an audience response system, there are small workshops and live pathology dissections. A welcome reception with local entertainment and a sunset poster session with Mai Tais are great ways to cap off the day. If you are a morning person, there will be two sunrise beach yoga sessions. The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort is newly remodeled with a luxurious, family-friendly pool and a brand new, second (kid-free) pool. Echo Hawaii  2019 is bound to be better than ever! Register now! Early rates expire one month from today.

ASE Headquarters – COVID-19 Update

Beginning March 26, 2020, the county where the ASE Headquarters is located is under a government order to “Stay at Home” due to the spread of the coronavirus. These “Stay at Home” recommendations continue to be in effect and depend on the infection rates in the County/State. ASE will keep all but essential personnel telecommuting until a time when it is judged safe to return to work. We are not suspending or closing operations; our employees will remain working and providing excellent customer service to our members and the cardiovascular ultrasound community. However, ASE will slightly modify its official open hours to 9 AM – 4 PM Eastern TimeMonday-Friday. Should you need to get in touch with a staff person, call our main office at 919-861-5574 and a phone list by department will be available. A staff directory is also available here. All general questions can also be sent through Thank you and our best wishes for your continued safety.