Gynecologists do have interactions with cardiologists frequently in their day to day practice.In fact , in any big hospitals cardiologist consult invariably happen every day . In our institute fellows visit the maternity ward almost daily to give opinion about a cardiac issues . These are mainly emergencies like breathless rheumatic heart patient in labor , A DVT to R/O pulmonary embolism, women with prosthetic valve waiting for delivery, and a women with LV dysfunction posted for hysterectomy etc.
While it is common for our Gynec colleagues to call us in emergencies , and we do have a cardiac clinic every week , it is rare to discuss broad based practice issues. There is little inter departmental brain storming sessions.
Here is an excellent initiative from European union where they have created consensus document for reducing cardiac risk in peri menopausal women.(http://eurheartj.oxfordjournals.org/content/28/16/2028.full.pdf+html)
The beauty of this document lies in the succinct practice points written in every page .
In India , even though premier bodies like cardiological society of India exits it rarely considers bringing about such guidelines in collaboration with other scientific bodies . ( To be more precise . . .they do not have their own guidelines either ! )
I believe , FOGSI (Federation of Obstetrics and gynecologists society of India ) is doing a much better job and they have created exclusive guidelines in O & G.