For 31 years, TCT has been home to the latest breaking medical and technological advances in interventional cardiology. We are committed to bringing you the most up-to-date and forward-looking information in the field from across the globe, offering presentations on many new devices and techniques as well as the Innovation Competition and Keynote Interventional Studies.
Innovation session highlights are forthcoming.
ZDOGGMD PRESENTS: “HEALTHCARE, REMIXED”
TCT Main Arena
September 26, 2019
9:35 AM – 10:20 AM
Stanford hospitalist-turned-humorist Dr. Zubin Damania, better known by his stage name ZDoggMD, will be bringing his unique brand of musical humor and creative storytelling to TCT 2019 this September.
In his multimedia presentation, “Healthcare, Remixed,” ZDoggMD will examine the challenges of delivering compassionate care in our dysfunctional healthcare system while also proposing collaborative ways of revitalizing it, both individually and collectively, to ensure that the future of medicine is a bright one.
Dr. Damania’s background is as an internist and the founder of Turntable Health, a primary care clinic that was opened in downtown Las Vegas. He now focuses on creating daily content for ZDoggMD Industries, including the top Facebook Live health care and medical show, Incident Report LIVE.
DR. FREDDY ABNOUSI PRESENTS: “SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH: THE FUTURE OF HEALTH ASSESSMENT IN THE DIGITAL WORLD”
“Social Determinants of Health: The Future of Health Assessment in the Digital World”
TCT Main Arena
September 28, 2019
9:30 AM – 10:15 AM
Facebook’s Head of Healthcare Research, Dr. Freddy Abnousi, will build on his background in interventional cardiology to address the expanding possibilities of leveraging social media data to adapt how we treat patients in the digital age.
Dr. Abnousi’s presentation will elaborate on his JAMA article on the subject, which addressed how the data available from social media “has the potential to improve understanding of the social determinants of health in a deeper way than prior data sources have ever allowed [and can] identify novel targets that could meaningfully influence health outcomes.”