Calculate and interpret a risk score based on the HEART Pathway in just seconds.
A clean, unobtrusive design for easy selection of patient data and rapid interpretation of results.
No fluff. Nothing to distract you from your clinical reasoning.
Clear explanations of the science behind the app by risk stratification experts.
Patient data are presented in a way that is easy to transcribe into the chart.
More platforms and advanced features on the way. Stay tuned!
Less than ten percent of patients have an acute coronary syndrome (ACS). Two to five percent of patients with myocardial infarctions are inappropriately discharged from the ED every year. Missed ACS is a top cause of malpractice claims.
Studies have demonstrated the benefits of the HEART Pathway compared to usual care. The HEART Pathway randomized control trial (Mahler et al, Circ CVQO J, 2015.)
Our new app provides emergency care providers with a mobile point-of-care HEART Pathway implementation that can be rapidly used at the bedside to accurately risk-stratify patients with acute chest pain. Unlinke other HEART score calculators available online, our tool uses an evidence-based algorithm derived from the latest peer-reviewed research.
The HEART Pathway assists with answer two important questions: "What is the likelihood that my patient’s presenting symptoms represent ACS?" and "what is the likelihood that my patient will have an ACS event in the near future (within 30 days)?"
Simon Mahler, MD, MS is an Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He is the principal investigator of research validating the HEART Pathway and is recognized as leader in the development of innovative methods to improve care delivery for patients with acute chest pain.
Iltifat Husain is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. He is recognized internationally as an expert in mobile medical technology. He has spoken at the Brookings Institute and has been interviewed by the New York Times, Washington Post, and other national news agencies on mobile technology.
Scott Gilmore is a resident physician at Christiana Care in Newark, Delaware. He has a bachelors degree in physics from Princeton University, and he is enthusiastic in lending his quantitative background to medical informatics.
Vinay Tannan is currently Director of Licensing at Wake Forest Innovations. His background spans medical software and instrumentation, B2B enterprise level sales, strategic partnering and intellectual property law.
Michelle Lin, MD is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) San Francisco General Hosptial (SFGH). She practices emergency medicine at SFGH with an academic niche in technology and how it can transform the landscape of medical education. Michelle is the Editor-in-Chief of Academic Life in Emergency Medicine.
Salim Rezaie, MD is currently working at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) as one of the Assistant Program Directors of Emergency Medicine. He is also the founder and creator of REBEL EM and REBELCast, a medical education blog, and podcast respectively.
Gourang Mehta is president of g-Innovations, a digital services organization focused on helping businesses with their digital transformations and digital marketing efforts. His experience spans the fields of enterprise web architecture, data analysis, corporate strategy, and business development.