Translating Tracked Activity into Outcomes, Interventions, and Surveillance for Peripheral Artery Disease: Challenges, Opportunities, and Practice Gaps

This activity was presented at VAM2020 as part of Invited Session 2: Digital Health Advancements in Vascular Surgery.

Learning Objectives

  • Familiarize vascular surgeons, advanced practitioners, and allied staff with the existing and emerging technology tools to augment the care of vascular patient using virtual visits.
  • Promote patient wellness using remote monitoring, wearables, smart devices and other digital technology tools.
  • Provide guidance on how to communicate with consultants using HIPAA-compliant platform and implement the digital technology in their individual practices.
  • Leverage artificial and augmented intelligence in vascular patients for risk stratification, digital imaging, and computer vision for wounds.


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This activity was presented at VAM2020. To access, please visit the VAM2020 Full Collection.