Corrie Program Lead: Francoise Marvel, MD
Cardiology Fellow
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

Dr. Marvel has a clinical interest in digital health, precision medicine, developing and implementing innovative healthcare transformational technology to improve patient safety, outcomes, and increased healthcare efficiency. Dr. Marvel early on recognized the opportunity to improve the healthcare system and delivery approach by understanding the problems patients faced in being engaged, empowered, and having access to resources to manage their own health.  These insights along with caring for patients and families on the frontlines, inspired the Corrie program to take shape in 2016 in Cupertino, California alongside Apple and Johns Hopkins colleagues Seth Martin, MD and Matthias Lee PhD.  Dr. Marvel now helps to lead and scale a collaborative program that aims to transform cardiovascular health using Corrie. To build a foundation in healthcare technology innovation and quality improvement Dr. Marvel pursued a HEXCITE Fellowship in Technology Innovation and a Fellowship at the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality Improvement where she focused on improving core measure adherence using Corrie to reduce 30-day patient safety events and readmissions and was awarded the Clinical Excellence Award for Excellence in Quality and Safety.  Dr. Marvel’s dedication to clinical excellence has been recognized through a Golden Heart award given by patients at Johns Hopkins, nomination for Physician of the Year at Johns Hopkins Medicine, and being a recipient of the Department of Medicine’s Howard K. Rathbun Award for Clinical Excellence.  Dr. Marvel attributes the momentum of Corrie to the dedicated multidisciplinary team, patients, and families that have joined the call for action to improve healthcare quality and outcomes.  Since its beginning, Dr. Marvel and the Corrie program have been recognized by the Linda Dunbar Award for population health and health system transformation, American College of Physicians for healthcare transformation, Apple, Uber, American Heart Association, American College of Cardiology Innovation Challenge Finalist, Maryland Innovation Initiative, and Stanford Medicine X.  ​