The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) family of journals is one of the most widely read and impactful cardiovascular journal programs in the world. Collectively spanning the entire field of cardiovascular medicine, each journal aims to publish the highest-quality peer-reviewed original research, review articles, illustrations and editorial content.
Having provided hosting for JACC and five further speciality journals since 2016, HighWire now hosts the new JACC: Case Reports, launched in June 2019, and will host JACC: CardioOncology, launching in September this year.
The JACC journals utilize JCore, part of the HighWire Hosting solution. This provides a powerful content ingestion, enrichment and publishing infrastructure for journal websites. By electing JCore to be used in conjunction with ScienceDirect, JACC retains full control over its sites, and can provide access to individual users as well as better understand and analyze member behavior.
Dan Filby, CEO at HighWire said: “With an international reputation for excellence, ACC is a publisher that understands the value of having dynamic sites that they can monitor and enhance, to be agile to their users’ ever changing needs. We’re proud to partner with ACC and their journal program and our team is delighted to play a part in adding new titles to their collection, to further the advancement of cardiology.”
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