Congratulations to Francoise Marvel, MD for winning first place at the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute’s 10th Annual Cardiovascular Research Retreat! Her presentation highlighted preliminary results from the Myocardial infarction, COmbined-device, Recovery Enhancement (MiCORE) Study.
Conclusions from the presentation:
- Patients using the Corrie platform had 43% lower odds of being readmitted compared to historical controls.
- >80% of Corrie patients were engaged in managing medications, follow-up, and home care.
- Corrie can be deployed in high acuity settings along with sensor technology.
- Potential cost savings and increased quality of life years compared to standard care.
Along with Dr. Marvel, Corrie team members Lochan Shah and Daniel Weng also presented their studies at the conference:
- Lochan Shan: “Predictors of high digital health use in heart attack patients: Implications for smartphone-delivered interventions”
- Daniel Weng: “Predictors of Heart Rate in Patients Recovering from Acute Myocardial Infarction: A Longitudinal Analysis of Apple Watch Heart Rate Recordings”