August 29, 2022MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute Uses Innovative Tool to Diagnose Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction
WASHINGTON — Melanie McCauley of Fort Washington, Md., first experienced angina, or chest pain, at a bowling tournament. The tightness and pain in her chest, nausea, and sweating became so inten...
June 21, 2019
New Lung Valve Helps Qualified Patients Breathe Easier Without Surgery BALTIMORE—(June 21, 2019)—The Angelos Center for Lung Disease at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center succes...
May 01, 2019This March, the 2019 MedStar Health Emergency Department Innovation Challenge invited MedStar associates whose main job responsibilities focus on the ED—including nurses, physicians, advanced practice clinicians, techs, security, social workers, and any others—to submit ideas individually or in teams of up to five people that could change their ED shift.
February 22, 2019
MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute Hosts National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day Flagship Event to Increase Awareness about Heart Valve Disease Washington, D.C., February 22, 2019 –...
February 15, 2019
New Algorithm May Aid in Adoption of Better Heart Pacing Method BALTIMORE—(February 15, 2019)—An algorithm created by cardiac electrophysiologist Aditya Saini, MD, of MedStar Heart and Vascular Insti...
January 04, 2019
Personal AI of nurse to aid in at-home monitoring of patients suffering from heart failure Pasadena, CA/Hyattsville, MD (March 4, 2019) — ObEN Inc., the artificial intelligence (AI) company cre...
January 04, 2019Patient Safety and Health IT Experts Call for Improvements As Widespread EHR Adoption Reaches 10-year Milestone
Washington, D.C., — Marking the 10th anniversary of the landmark federal act that encouraged hospitals, clinics, and physician offices to adopt electronic health record systems (EHRs...