Pinpointing Precision Medicine's Place in Cardiology

HCA News Staff
JULY 25, 2018
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Like healthcare at large, cardiovascular medicine is staring down potentially earth-shaking changes, most of which stem from the rise of big data, analytics and new technologies. Actionable insights gained from the use of these tools can transform treatments and outcomes, making cardiology stronger and more focused on value.

To that end, Healthcare Research & Analytics® is holding a webinar on precision cardiovascular medicine, which will be hosted by Kevin Campbell, M.D., a Duke University-trained cardiologist who heads the startup PaceMate and sits on the Healthcare Analytics News™ Editorial Advisory Board.

The free webinar is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET Thursday, July 26. Interested parties may register for the event here.

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Campbell and the HRA® team plan to focus on “the impact of personalized cardiovascular medicine and the analytic tools needed to help guide treatment decision and improve patient outcomes.”

HRA®, in particular, will discuss an analysis of satisfaction levels with the data elements that high-tech tools and clinicians consider when diagnosing and treating cardiovascular disease. The presentation will also focus on the outlook of this form of precision medicine in various healthcare provider groups and its perceived value.

HRA® is a leading market research firm with a strong backbone in healthcare and expertise in data resources. Using its deep connections to more than 20,000 healthcare professionals and a database containing roughly 3 million additional industry workers, HRA® gets clients the insights that they need to perform at their best level.

HCA News is the official publication of HRA®.

As the CEO of PaceMate, Campbell knows well the cutting-edge innovations that are flooding the field of cardiovascular medicine. His company’s technology, for instance, leverages the cloud and electronic health records to automatically transmit real-time data via any device, identifying at-risk patients. Campbell is also a key opinion leader and media expert, having appeared on national and local TV broadcasts, making him a top voice among clinician innovators.

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