The Applied Health Innovation Consortium (AHIC) is a unique and multi-disciplinary group, driving the thought leadership and evidence for application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital technology in a clinically meaningful way.
On October 27, 2021, AHIC held its second annual summit, which focused on the utility of digital tools for remote patient monitoring and addressed deploying these tools for both post-hospitalization and ambulatory care.
A key feature of this virtual summit was the open group discussions. Discussions were held in six individual breakout rooms where participants were pre-assigned to a group and asked to answer a series of questions developed by AHIC. The groups then reconvened collectively for report outs. The goal of these interactive discussions was to collaboratively determine success factors for remote patient monitoring and prioritize next steps around what guidance is needed to support the cardiovascular community as clinicians navigate how to perform remote patient monitoring and improve patient experience.
SESSION 1: USE OF DIGITAL TOOLS FOR REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING
- Show Me the Data: Proving the Benefit of Remote Patient Monitoring
Thomas M. Maddox, MD, MSc, FACC
- Remote Patient Monitoring: The Formula to Successful Implementation
James Mault, MD
- Utility of Digital Tools for RPM: Insights from the CTA/ACC Best Practices Report
Ritu Thamman, MD, FACC
SESSION 2: DEPLOYING REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING TOOLS FOR POST HOSPITALIZATION AND AMBULATORY CARE
- Deploying RPM: Tips for Patient Education, Engagement, and Adherence
Tony Das, MD, FACC
- Digital Transformation of Cardiology: From Devices to Clinical Workflows
Sanjeev Bhavnani, MD, FACC
- Artificial Intelligence for Longitudinal Care
Ami B. Bhatt, MD, FACC
- Best Practices for Remote Patient Management Utilization Post Discharge
Michael Meissner, PhD
- Use of Remote Patient Monitoring in Post-Hospital Discharge After MI: Insights from the Corrie Health Experience
Seth S. Martin, MD, MHS, FACC