#HRS2020 Digital Health Summit

VT/VF Summit

Wednesday, May 6 - 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Technology and medicine are colliding with an explosion of new advancements in monitoring, diagnosis and disease management. As digital health technologies become more popular and readily available to the general public, we are presented with new opportunities and challenges. How do we address growing awareness and rising levels of expectations held by patients regarding secure access to health care data? During this Digital Health premier session, attendees will hear from experts and pioneers leading the way in the field of digital health tech as they provide guidance, recommendations, and clarity about the safe exchange of data and the navigation of patient-generated data from consumer wearables, apps and other tech. Patients will weigh in with their perspectives, while tech giants discuss how innovations in digital health are creating a new paradigm in patient diagnosis, treatment, and disease management. Their partnerships with healthcare providers will also be emphasized.

*Please note, this session is not eligible for CME credit or MOC points.

 

D-DH01 Welcome by Presidents & Unplugged Interview with Dr. Eric Topol

Session Description: Welcome remarks by HRS President, Dr. Andrea Russo and EHRA President, Dr. Hein Heidbuchel. Followed by an unplugged interview and audience Q&A with Dr. Eric Topol, a world-renowned physician-scientist, author and editor. 

 

D-DH02 Artificial Intelligence: New Paradigm or an Unwieldy Black Hole? 

Session Description: A debate on the ethics of artificial intelligence (A.I.). Followed by a panel discussion on A.I. models - where to start and what to avoid.   

 

D-DH03 Remote Monitoring: Increasing Patient Access & Data Exchange

Session Description: Remote monitoring is enhancing patient to provider encounters and providing real-time data exchange. A discussion about the challenges and opportunities.  

 

D-DH04 EMR: A Challenge and Opportunity for EP/Cardiology

Session Description: Forthcoming

 

D-DH05 A Wearable Device in Cardiology & EP: Data and Interpretation for Patients and Clinicians

Session Description: Forthcoming 

 

D-DH07 Changing Behavior of Public & Providers to Improve Population Health

Session Description: The behavior of care providers, patients and the general public are central to the interactive and changing dynamics of healthcare and population health.

 

D-DH08 Consumer Tech Partnering with HCPs: CTA-HRS Guidance to Consumers on Wearables

Session Description: A Novel Partnership: this session will discuss the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) guidance document released earlier this year at CES 2019 for consumers on wearables.

 

D-DH09 Rapid Fire Cases - Implemented Use Cases in EP or Use in Clinical Trials

Session Description: Forthcoming

 

D-DH10 #HRS2020 Digital Health Summit: Continuing the Conversation

Session Description: This session will be a discussion without use of audiovisual aids with three 20 minute sessions focusing on the following topics: Part 1: Wearables? Who’s responsible when? Part 2: Telehealth: Hope or Hype? Part 3: What will the Digital World look like in 2025, and how will it impact healthcare?

 

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