HRX 2023 AbstracX

HRX 2023 AbstracX

HRX 2023 AbstracX

Congratulations to the HRX 2023 AbstracX Presenters!

Join us in congratulating the 15 Innovators selected to showcase their research during HRX AbstracX Sessions.

The HRX AbstracX, powered by the Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal, is the opportunity for the selected innovators to showcase their work amongst the KOLS, executives, investors, and other innovators during a 10 minute oral presentation in one of the three dedicated sessions:

HRX AbtracX are now available! Explore this exciting new research!

AbstracX Session I:

Thursday, September 21, from 3:15-4:15 pm PT

Feasibility of Remote Monitoring for Fatal Coronary Heart Disease from Single Lead ECG
Liam Butler, PhD, School of Medicine, Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, NC

Transforming our post-atrial fibrillation ablation follow up patient pathway using FibriCheck: a smartphone digital app used for remote monitoring
Sharon Toora, Mid & South Essex NHS Hospitals Trust, Chelmsford, United Kingdom

Point of Care AI Driven ER2EP Referrals for Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation Patients in the Emergency Department
Kim Schwab, PharmD, BCPS, Sharp Healthcare, San Diego, CA

ECG-Derived Metrics for Continuous Stress Monitoring in Vulnerable Groups: a Prospective Study on Informal Community-Based Caregivers
Holly Easlea, B-Secur Ltd.,  Belfast, United Kingdom

Detection of Myocardial Scar among Cardiac Sarcoidosis patients on CMR Imaging using Deep Learning on ECG signals
Ishan Vatsaraj, MSE BME, Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

AbstracX Session II:

Friday, September 22, from 9:45-10:45 am PT

Artificial intelligence-based wall thickness analysis to predict arrhythmogenic myocardial substrate
Christian D. Marton, PhD, Vektor Medical, Inc., Jersey City, NJ

Using Remote Monitoring of CPAP Use and Compliance to Manage Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Atrial Fibrillation
Leah Sarang Park, MPH, Valley Health System and Snyder Center for Comprehensive Atrial Fibrillation, Ridgewood, NJ

Contextually Tailored Text Messages to Augment Cardiac Rehabilitation: The Virtual AppLication-supported Environment To INcrease Exercise (VALENTINE) study
Kashvi Gupta, MD, University of Missouri Kansas City, Kansas City, MO

Artificial intelligence-enabled electrocardiogram algorithm for simultaneous assessment of left ventricular systolic and diastolic dysfunction
Eunjung Lee, PhD, Mayo Clinic Minnesota, Rochester, MN

AI-assisted short-term forecasting of impending atrial fibrillation episodes using a wearable ECG patch
Soonil Kwon, MD, Seoul National University Hospital, Seoul, the Republic of Korea

AbstracX Session III:

Saturday, September 23, from 11:00 am-12:00 pm PT

Integrated Activity and Rhythm Data for Personalized Atrial Fibrillation Management Following Catheter Ablation: A Wearable Device Approach
Nikhil Ahluwalia, MBBS, PhD, MS, Barts Heart Centre, London, United Kingdom

A 12-Lead Median Beat Is All You Need for Structural Heart Disease Screening
Kathryn Mangold, PhD, Mayo Clinic Minnesota, Rochester, MN

Home Heart Hospital (H3):A New High-Need and Cost Care Model, Feasibility & Initial 3-Year Experience
Kareem Osman, MD, University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA

Bidirectional communication between an artificial intelligence device and a 3-Dimensional navigation apparatus improves automation of multipolar electrogram mapping during paroxysmal and persistent atrial fibrillation
Sabine Lotteau, PhD, Volta Medical, Marseille, France

A multi-modal workflow for integrating AI-based CT scar imaging and computational ECG mapping targets for ventricular tachycardia ablation
Christopher Villongco, PhD, Vektor Medical, Inc., San Diego, CA

About the HRX AbstracX


Defined by past, shaped by present, and propelled by future
The future of healthcare is virtual, informed by clinical needs, aided by sensors, powered by AI and driven by digital health innovators.

To solve these complex future healthcare needs, there must be a deliberate effort to cultivate communities of experts to understand how to leverage the resources at hand and build consensus on how to chart the path ahead.

The solution…HRX.

HRX is a convening, explicitly designed to propel strategic brainstorming and create space for exchanging ideas that identify the best ways to collaborate, innovate further, and improve care.

During HRX, the top-scoring AbstracX will be featured. Selected innovators will have the opportunity to showcase their work among the KOLS, executives, investors and other innovators. The top 5 rated AbstracX will be invited to submit their full manuscript for consideration to the Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal (CVDHJ), a peer-reviewed journal of the Heart Rhythm Society.

Highest-Rated AbstracX

The top 5 rated AbstracXs will be invited to submit their full manuscript for consideration to the Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal (CVDHJ, a peer-reviewed journal of the Heart Rhythm Society).

CVDHJ – is a gold open-access journal focusing explicitly on cardiovascular digital health. This online-only Journal publishes high-quality original, innovative, and practice-changing research. CVDHJ is helping to advance excellence in digital health by connecting physicians, researchers, allied health professionals, and technologists.

If accepted for publication, CVDHJ will waive the publication fee. The Authors will also have the opportunity to discuss their research on the CVDHJ Podcast through an interview with Dr. Hamid Ghanbari, Deputy Editor.