HRX Pitch Competition: Deadline Extended to July 17, 2024

HRX Pitch Competition: Deadline Extended to July 17, 2024

Event category: Sessions

Events

September 07, 2024

2024-09-07

02:45 PM (EDT) - 03:30 PM (EDT)

Amy Tucker | Niraj Varma | Janet K. Han

The landscape of remote monitoring is rapidly advancing, driven by technological innovation, research breakthroughs, and evolving patient needs. This session will delve into the future of remote device clinics, offering strategies and insights on how to effectively manage and optimize remote monitoring systems. This panel will explore practical aspects of implementing remote monitoring, discuss the latest technological advancements, and share best practices. Gain valuable insights on overcoming common challenges and leveraging remote monitoring to enhance patient care and operational efficiency.

Niraj Varma

Cardiac Electrophysiologist & Professor of Medicine

Cleveland Clinic

Amy Tucker

Nurse Manager of the Cardiac Device Clinic

Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute (SHVI)

Janet K. Han

Associate Professor of Medicine | Cardiac Electrophysiology

UCLA | VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System / UCLA | Digital Health & Virtual Care

September 06, 2024

2024-09-06

03:45 PM (EDT) - 04:30 PM (EDT)

Brynn Dechert-Crooks | Deepthy Varghese | Heather Ross | Martha G. Ferrara | Lauren Rousseau

The world of cardiovascular care is constantly evolving, driven by technological advances, research breakthroughs, and changing demographics. Allied Professionals play a pivotal role in heart rhythm care and play a crucial role in driving innovation. This panel discussion will share strategies and insight on how allied professionals can participate in the Innovation Journey.

Deepthy Varghese

Cardiology Electrophysiology Nurse Practitioner

Northside Hospital

Heather Ross

Assistant Professors | Nurse Practitioner

Arizona State University | Arizona Arrhythmia Consultants

Martha G. Ferrara

Family Nurse Practitioner | Assistant Director EP Services

White Plains Hospital-Montefiore Health Systems

Lauren Rousseau

Physician Assistant in the Section of Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Brynn Dechert-Crooks

Pediatric Electrophysiology Nurse Practitioner

University of Michigan Congenital Heart Center

September 07, 2024

2024-09-07

10:45 AM (EDT) - 11:45 AM (EDT)

Krishna Pundi

Krishna Pundi

Clinical Fellow, Cardiac Electrophysiology

University of California, San Francisco

2024-09-07

08:15 AM (EDT) - 09:00 AM (EDT)

Jasneet Devgun

Jasneet Devgun

Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellow & Digital Health Fellow

University of Michigan

2024-09-07

10:45 AM (EDT) - 11:45 AM (EDT)

Julie Shea | Rebecca Yapejian | Robin Leahy | Deb Halligan | Elizabeth Davenport

The world of healthcare is constantly evolving, driven by technological advances, research breakthroughs, and the need for improved patient outcomes. Allied professionals are at the forefront of this evolution, playing pivotal roles in both clinical and industry settings. This session will explore how these professionals can bridge the gap between industry roles in companies and traditional clinical roles. Join us for a panel discussion that will share strategies and insights on how allied professionals can navigate their careers, contribute to innovation, and enhance healthcare delivery across both arenas.

Rebecca Yapejian

Associate Manager of CIED Operations | Cardiac Electrophysiology Nurse Practitioner | Former Software Engineer

Cardiac RMS | DOCS Health Careers

Robin Leahy

Vice President of Clinical Affairs

PaceMate

Deb Halligan

Chief Customer Officer and Co-Founder

Nudj Health

Elizabeth Davenport

Clinical Translation Specialist

BIOTRONIK

Julie Shea

Nurse Practitioner

Brigham and Women's Hospital

2024-09-07

02:45 PM (EDT) - 03:30 PM (EDT)

Marat Fudim | Jay Edelberg

In this session, we will explore how data - powered by AI - is impacting how we deliver care to patients with heart failure.

Marat Fudim

Associate Professor & Heart Failure Cardiologist

Duke University Medical Center

Jay Edelberg

Co-Founder & Head of Research and Development

Prolaio

2024-09-07

08:15 AM (EDT) - 09:00 AM (EDT)

Hamid Ghanbari | Lars Grieten | Chris Lee | Daniel Cantillon

Photoplethysmography (PPG) is being used to detect biologic parameters becuase it provides a non-invasive and inexpensive tool when coupled to a smartphone. In particular, there has been interest in using PPG for the detection of arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation, measurement of ambulatory blood pressure, and even identification of patients with sleep apnea. In this session, we will explore whether PPG is sufficient for detection and monitoring of these conditions.

Lars Grieten

CEO & Co-Founder

FibriCheck

Chris Lee

Chair & CEO, Co-founder

Huxley Medical, Inc.

Daniel Cantillon

Adult EP Cardiologist & Chief Medical Officer

Masimo Corporation

Hamid Ghanbari

Vice Chair of Innovation, Assistant Professor & Cardiac Electrophysiologist

University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center

September 06, 2024

2024-09-06

03:45 PM (EDT) - 04:30 PM (EDT)

Suraj Kapa | Joshua Lampert | Dan Musat | Subbu Venkatraman | Daniel Cantillon

The day-to-day practice of Cardiology has long involved use of the stethoscope, electrocardiogram and echocardiogram for assessment of patients. However, AI is completely transforming the value proposition of these "old tools", which are rapidly being transformed into disease prediction and disease identification tools. This panel will discuss the latest iterations in these "old-time" tools.

Joshua Lampert

Cardiac Electrophysiologist & Medical Director of Machine Learning

Mount Sinai Heart in The Mount Sinai Hospital

Dan Musat

Cardiac Electrophysiologist

Valley Health System

Subbu Venkatraman

Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Eko Health

Daniel Cantillon

Adult EP Cardiologist & Chief Medical Officer

Masimo Corporation

Suraj Kapa

Cardiac Electrophysiologist

Mayo Clinic

2024-09-06

02:45 PM (EDT) - 03:45 PM (EDT)

Main Stage

Nishaki Mehta

The Top 5 scoring AbstracX Researchers will share their research.

Nishaki Mehta

Associate Professor of Medicine

William Beaumont Oakland University School of Medicine

September 05, 2024

2024-09-05

03:30 PM (EDT) - 04:30 PM (EDT)

Main Stage

Tony Fiola | Payal Cramer | Krystyna Monticello | Lynn Sessions

There has been a significant increase in the volume of data produced by patients with the litany of wearables on the market. The ability to share data between patients and providers has become easier with the advent of patient portals associated with electronic medical records. But the core question of data ownership remains—who owns these data? Data ownership is complex and important for patient empowerment. But what does the law say? Can data be co-owned by the appropriate entities involved in a patient’s care? What are the legal nuances of data ownership? And are the cybersecurity measures in place sufficient in the current state? In this session, we will start to address some of these concepts.

Payal Cramer

Counsel

Baker & Hostetler LLP

Krystyna Monticello

Attorney

Oscislawski LLC

Lynn Sessions

Partner

Baker Hostetler

Tony Fiola

Vice President & General Manager

Global Cardiac Diagnostic Services Franchise at Boston Scientific