Advancing the care of individuals with cancer through innovation & technology: Proceedings from the cardiology oncology innovation summit 2020 and 2021

Sherry Ann Brown, Craig Beavers, Brenton Bauer, Richard K. Cheng, Generika Berman, Catherine H. Marshall, Avirup Guha, Prantesh Jain, Austin Steward, Jeanne M. DeCara, Iredia M. Olaye, Kathryn Hansen, Jim Logan, Carmen Bergom, Carri Glide-Hurst, Irving Loh, John Alan Gambril, James MacLeod, Ragasnehith Maddula, Peter J. McGranaghanAkshee Batra, Courtney Campbell, Abdulaziz Hamid, Fatma Gunturkun, Robert Davis, John Jefferies, Michael Fradley, Katherine Albert, Anne Blaes, Indrajit Choudhuri, Arjun K. Ghosh, Thomas D. Ryan, Ogochukwu Ezeoke, Douglas J. Leedy, Wadsworth Williams, Sebastian Roman, Lorenz Lehmann, Abdullah Sarkar, Diego Sadler, Elizabeth A Polter, Kathryn J. Ruddy, Neha Bansal, Eric Yang, Brijesh Patel, David Cho, Alison Bailey, Daniel Addison, Vijay Rao, Joshua E. Levenson, Dipti Itchhaporia, Karol Watson, Martha Gulati, Kim Williams, Donald Lloyd-Jones, Erin Michos, Julie Gralow, Hugo Martinez

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Abstract

As cancer therapies increase in effectiveness and patients' life expectancies improve, balancing oncologic efficacy while reducing acute and long-term cardiovascular toxicities has become of paramount importance. To address this pressing need, the Cardiology Oncology Innovation Network (COIN) was formed to bring together domain experts with the overarching goal of collaboratively investigating, applying, and educating widely on various forms of innovation to improve the quality of life and cardiovascular healthcare of patients undergoing and surviving cancer therapies. The COIN mission pillars of innovation, collaboration, and education have been implemented with cross-collaboration among academic institutions, private and public establishments, and industry and technology companies. In this report, we summarize proceedings from the first two annual COIN summits (inaugural in 2020 and subsequent in 2021) including educational sessions on technological innovations for establishing best practices and aligning resources. Herein, we highlight emerging areas for innovation and defining unmet needs to further improve the outcome for cancer patients and survivors of all ages. Additionally, we provide actionable suggestions for advancing innovation, collaboration, and education in cardio-oncology in the digital era.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number100354
JournalAmerican Heart Journal Plus: Cardiology Research and Practice
Volume38
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 2024

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Keywords

  • Cardio-oncology
  • Cardiology oncology innovation network
  • Collaboration
  • Education
  • Innovation
  • Prevention

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  • Journal Article

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