Philips showcases clinically proven technology to improve stroke and cardiac care at HRS 2024 in Boston

May 17, 2024 | 2 minute read

Visitors to booth #1135 at HRS in Boston, Massachusetts will experience how Philips is partnering with health systems, researchers, and care providers to bring together expertise in electrophysiology (EP), image-guided therapy and cardiology and approach innovation differently.

Philips showcases clinically proven technology to improve stroke and cardiac care at HRS 2024 in Boston


The solutions, services and research Philips is showcasing at HRS 2024 will demonstrate how the company’s AI-driven EP solutions integrate imaging systems and software with specialized diagnostic and therapeutic devices designed to support optimal treatment, enhance staff experience and streamline workflow, and improve patient outcomes.

Join Philips at HRS for a variety of onsite sessions including:

Friday, May 17

  • Connecting clinical care pathways from hospital to home and beyond for patient centered care: Executing a collaborative approach with Rachel E. McCumbers MS, CRNP, FNP-BC, Clinical Application Specialist, Philips. 10:00 a.m. at Philips booth #1135
  • Prevention, Identification and Management of CIED infections moderated by Dr. Mark Metzl (Northshore Health) and featuring Dr. Suneet Mittal (Valley Health), Dr. Anne Kroman (MUSC) and Dr. Sean Pokornev (Duke University). 11:00 a.m. at Rhythm Theater #1. 

  • Transform your Data into a Strategic Business Enabler to Optimize Clinical Workflow with Jon Kamerman, Product Manager Diagnostic ECG Solutions, Philips. 12:00 p.m. at Philips booth #1135

  • Panel: Why we moved to a moderate sedation/3D ICE LAAO Program with Dr. Shephal Doshi, Cardiac Electrophysiology at Pacific Heart Institute, Dr. Anish Amin, Cardiac Electrophysiology at OhioHealth Riverside, Dr. Sasan Ryan Raissi, Imaging Cardiology at Ascension Saint Thomas Heart West and Dr. Ricardo Lugo, Cardiac Electrophysiology at Ascension Saint Thomas Heart West. 12:45 p.m. at Rhythm Theater #1.

  • Back to the future: Artificial Intelligence-enabled single-lead ambulatory ECG can unmask conduction tissue disease with Dr. Laurent Fiorina, Cardiovascular Institute Paris-Sud (ICPS). 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. in the Abstract Pavilion (PO-03-010).

  • Impact of Emergent Physician Notifications from Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry on Patient Outcomes (The EP-COT Trial) with David Lin, MD, Cardiologist at University of Pennsylvania Hospital. 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. in the Abstract Pavilion (PO-03-020)

Saturday, May 18

  • A coordinated care approach utilizing Mobile Cardiac Telemetry in Hospital-to-Home care pathways with Nicholas T. Skipitaris, MD, MBA, FACC, FHRS. 9:45 a.m. at Philips booth #1135

  • Comparative outcomes and cost of ILR and MCOT following stroke: a moderated discussion with Dr. Mohammad-Ali Jazayeri, MD, FACC, Cardiac Electrophysiology and Vincent Norlock, Strategic Business Development Lead, Philips. 3:00 p.m. at Philips booth #1135

  • AI and watches: can we eliminate erroneous interpretations? With Baptiste Lefebvre, senior clinical scientist at Philips. 3:42 p.m. in room 205ABC on floor 2.

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Meredith Amoroso--Philips External Relations
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