Implicity, a leader in remote patient monitoring (RPM) and cardiac data management solutions, announced today that co-founder and CEO Arnaud Rosier, MD, PhD, has been selected to participate in a panel discussion at the upcoming HRX 2023 Digital Health Event in Seattle, WA. The discussion, AI-aided Remote Interventions – Will this Transform Healthcare Delivery & Outcomes, takes place September 22, 2023, at 2:30 pm (PDT).
As part of the discussion, Dr. Rosier intends to share insights on new international recommendations for remote monitoring of cardiovascular implantable devices (CIED) released at Heart Rhythm 2023 (HRS). The expert consensus validated the benefits of using third-party service and solution providers, such as Implicity, to ensure the highest standard of remote monitoring and improve patient outcomes.
“We recently published groundbreaking data that demonstrated our AI-powered cardiac remote monitoring technology saves lives and significantly improves health outcomes,” said Dr. Rosier, electrophysiologist, CEO, and co-founder of Implicity. “I’m eager to join experts on this panel to explore key takeaways from the research and discuss how intelligent technologies can impact our healthcare system for the better now and into the future.”
Research unveiled at Heart Rhythm 2023 and led by Dr. Niraj Varma, a professor of medicine and consultant electrophysiologist at the Cleveland Clinic, found patients monitored with Implicity’s alert-based platform experienced a remarkable 22% relative improvement in all-cause mortality compared to conventional RPM methods.
In addition to taking part in the panel presentation, Implicity also plans to exhibit at the HRX 2023 event (Booth #704) to showcase its latest innovations and technology advancements. The remote monitoring platform incorporates AI and machine learning to enable fast and effective analysis and reporting of patient results collected by CIEDs.