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Wearables, telemedicine and AI in arrhythmias

15:00–18:00 CEST (one afternoon session per day)

07/10/2021 15:00 08/10/2021 18:00 Europe/Paris Wearables, telemedicine and AI in arrhythmias

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Summary

Prof. Gerhard Hindricks (ESC), Prof. Christophe Leclercq (ESC), Dr. Rodolphe Katra (Medtronic), Prof. Eigil Samset (GE Healthcare), Dr. Henning Witt (Pfizer)



7 Oct replay session 2

7 Oct replay session 3

8 Oct replay session 4

8 Oct replay session 5

8 Oct replay session 6

 

 

Objectives of the meeting

  • To provide a state-of-the-art overview of wearables, telemedicine and AI in cardiac arrhythmias and rhythm management.
  • To outline the huge opportunities in the healthcare sector but also address the risks and limitations.
  • To identify roadblocks for wider application in clinical studies and clinical routine.
  • To define responsibilities for safe and effective implementation of data generation, transmission and analysis.
  • To develop a roadmap for future development and implementation of those technologies.

Programme

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Day 1 7 October | 15:00–18:00 CEST

15:00–15:05

Welcome by CRT Chairpersons
Prof. Franz Weidinger (ESC President-Elect) and Dr. Isabelle Lordereau – Amgen

15:05–15:15

Introduction and meeting objectives

Meeting Chairpersons

15:15–15:45

Session 1 - Opening lecture:
“Digital transformation in the health care sector: opportunities and challenges”

Prof. Andrea Belliger
Institute for Communication and Leadership, Lucerne (CH)

15:45–16:00

Discussion

16:00–16:10

Session 2 - Wearable technologies for arrhythmias and heart failure
Dr. Mintu Turakhia (US)

16:10–16:20

Session 2 - Pseudo-medical and consumer technologies
Dr. Dave Albert - Alivecor (US)

16:20–16:30

Session 2 - Implementation in the healthcare pathway
Leonardo Rapallini – Medtronic

16:30–16:45

Moderated Panel Discussion 1

16:45–17:00

Break

17:00–17:10

Session 3 - Telemedicine technologies for arrhythmias and heart failure
Dr. Emma Svennberg (SE)

17:10–17:20

Session 3 - Implementation of virtual care pathways
Dr. Manish Wadhwa – Philips/BioTelemetry (US)

17:20–17:30

Session 3 - Telemedicine, remote technologies and patient values
Truddie Lobban – Arrhythmia Alliance (UK)

17:30–18:00

Moderated Panel Discussion 2

18:00

Wrap-up
Let’s continue the conversation tomorrow

 

Day 2 8 October | 15:00–18:00 CEST

15:00–15:10

Welcome, introduction and summary of day 1  
Chairpersons

15:10–15:40

Session 4 - Opening lecture: A practical primer on AI and data management in patient care
Prof. Martin Cowie (UK)

15:40–16:00

Discussion

16:00–16:10

Session 5 - Application of machine learning and AI in arrhythmias and heart failure
Prof.  Paul Friedman (US)

16:10–16:20

Session 5 - Digital twin of the heart

  • Technology perspective
    Mehdiyar Haschemi – Siemens Healthineers (DE)
  • Clinical insights
    Prof. Thomas Deneke (DE)

16:20–16:50

Moderated Panel Discussion 3

16:50–17:00

Break

17:00–17:10

Session 6 - The journey from consumer to patient: prevention opportunities for digital health and AI
Dr. Mike McConnell – Google Health (US)

17:10–17:20

Session 6 - The patient journey: healthcare provider decision support tools and algorithms
Prof. Jag Singh - Harvard/MGH (US)

17:20–17:50

Moderated Panel Discussion 4

17:50–18:00

Wrap-up, next steps and a publication