At HeartSense, we promote heart health equity and education for all. We're working directly with the community through our pop-up screenings, educational resources, partners, and The Pulse chat series.
The recent events of Damar Hamlin's cardiac arrest on the field during the NFL's Bills and Bengals game have inspired us to explore the effects of sports on your heart health. What are medical experts' findings from this rare occurrence? And how does extreme exercise affect your heart health? Find out in our first episode of The Pulse, Season 2, featuring our co-founder, Dr. Antoine Keller and Dr. Lance LaMotte, an interventional cardiologist at Baton Rouge Cardiology Center.
How can you lower your risk of diabetes? And what are some ways you can monitor your diabetes and lower your risk of heart disease? Learn about diabetes in connection to your heart health in this episode of The Pulse, featuring Dr. Antoine Keller and our guest Dr. Courtney Jordan Baechler, preventative, integrative cardiologist at Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation and health equity activist.
"Connectivity" is the key to us making a valuable healthcare impact on our community members - "It is not a thing about us and them, it is we...We will get there together." Learn from State Senator Gerald Boudreaux of District 24, Louisiana and Dr. Antoine Keller how you can make a difference in your own community's health and well-being by connecting and building relationships with your primary physician, community activists and elected officials.
Artificial intelligence technology has enhanced the relationship between the patient, primary care physician, and cardiologist. Healthcare professionals can now contact their patients, assess diagnostics, and "extend their hands digitally" to make life-changing decisions for one's wellbeing. Learn from Dr. Antoine Keller, Dr. Garland Green, Dr. Rani Whitfield about the effects of artificial intelligence on cardiovascular care for the patient, primary care physician, cardiologist, and cardiovascular surgeon through technological developments, medical devices, and surgical procedures.
As we face new variants of the COVID-19 pandemic and students start to head back into schools, what will their education experience be like moving forward? We talked with Madison Keller, M.D. candidate at Louisiana State University, New Orleans School of Medicine, about her time as a medical student amid the pandemic. In our new episode of The Pulse, learn about the transformations of technology and access in medical education, hybrid clinical settings, what's in store for the future, and how she has learned from her doctor-to-patient screenings with HeartSense.
HeartSense had the distinct privilege to chat with Dr. Antoine Keller and Dr. Dhruv Kazi of the Smith Center for Outcomes Research in Cardiology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School to educate us further. During this enlightening conversation, we explored the cardiovascular risks and preventions of the LGBTQ+ Community, how social policy has affected their access to healthcare, the need for healthcare proxy, and the possible implications overturning Roe V. Wade has on the LGBTQ+ Community as a whole.
HeartSense is honored to celebrate Pride with this inspiring Fireside Chat, featuring Jason Bellet, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Eko, and Dr. Antoine Keller. Pride is a time to educate about the LGBTQ+ Community and how healthcare professionals can be more aware and inclusive while treating patients.
In part two of HeartSense's "Shared Decision Making" fireside chat, learn how this particular standard of care centers around truly knowing the patient, inside and out. We are grateful to our fantastic team of volunteer healthcare professionals who help make shared decision making possible for those who would not receive care otherwise!
This episode focuses on Shared Decision Making, featuring our co-founder, Brooke Everett, RN, and Kristin Pasquarello, PA-C, Administrative Director of the Heart Valve Center at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn, New York. Shared decision making is vital to your health outcomes with the right tools and an excellent health care team to guide you.
Here is Part 2 of our fireside chat "Determinants of Care," featuring Dr. Antoine Keller and Dr. Ronald Andrews. Learn more about cultural nuances, ethnic differences between communities, and how health care providers can make a difference in their own communities.
HeartSense is proud to present the next episode of our fireside chat series in two parts - "Determinants of Care," featuring Dr. Antoine Keller and Dr. Ronald Andrews. Learn more about the social and cultural factors affecting patient care in our community and how we can provide access through organizations like HeartSense.
To honor Women's History Month, our co-founder, Brooke Everett, RN, sat down to discuss women's most common heart diseases. Learn how women's symptoms and outcomes are different from men's and how women can prevent their risk of heart disease by asking their doctors the right questions and living a heart-healthy lifestyle.
We are excited to present this first episode featuring our co-founders, Dr. Antoine Keller and Brooke Everett.