The First Cardiology Apple CareKit App

About Corrie

Corrie Health App

The Johns Hopkins Corrie mobile health solution aims to reinvent the cardiac patient’s experience to assist the patient who suffered a heart attack in (1) skill-building for diet, exercise, and medication habits, (2) connecting with resources to help recovery, (3) mindfulness techniques to improve patient awareness and emotional strength, and (4) data analytics and biofeedback on steps, heart rate, and blood pressure with smart tools including an Apple Watch and Bluetooth blood pressure monitor. This patient self-management tool is provided early in admission to help patients improve their recovery and skills from the beginning of their hospitalization.



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mHealth Paper Published!

Congratulations to Corrie team member William E. Yang, MD for leading the writing efforts and publishing a paper entitled “The role of a clinician amid the rise of mobile health …

inHealth Precision Medicine Video

The Corrie team had a great time on camera, filming a video highlighting the promise of precision medicine, led by InHealth, Johns Hopkins’ precision medicine initiative. This past year, Corrie was …

MiCORE Methods Paper Published

Erin Spaulding RN, our patient engagement specialist, led the way in writing the MiCORE methods paper, describing the development of Corrie, our initial feasibility study, and the rationale and design …