Lupin Digital Health and the American College of Cardiology (ACC) have unveiled a digital therapeutics certificate for cardiologists. ACC will award 'Digital Pioneer' certificates to cardiologists adopting Remote Cardiac Rehab and Digital Heart Failure clinic solutions, recognizing their commitment to innovation and patient-centered healthcare.
The collaboration aims to advance cardiovascular patient care and set new standards in digital therapeutics. Dr. Edward Fry, Past President of ACC, highlighted the global significance of this initiative, emphasizing the transformative impact on remote cardiac rehabilitation.
Dr. Edward Fry, Past President of ACC, emphasized the global significance of this collaboration in advancing cardiovascular patient care during the event. The introduction of the 'Digital Pioneer' certificate by ACC is part of a concerted effort to promote the integration of digital solutions in the field of cardiology.
Cardiologists who adopt the Remote Cardiac Rehab and Digital Heart Failure clinic solutions will be eligible for the 'Digital Pioneer' certificate, a recognition of their dedication to embracing innovation and enhancing patient-centered healthcare. This initiative aligns with the growing importance of digital therapeutics in the medical field, particularly in cardiology.
Rajeev Sibal, President – India Region Formulations, Lupin, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “Lupin is proud to support cardiologists with our patient-centric solutions. As a pioneer in the DTx space, we are delighted to play a pivotal role in bringing this important ACC certificate to cardiologists and setting new standards in digital therapeutics.”
Sidharth Srinivasan, CEO, of Lupin Digital Health, emphasized the transformative milestone in remote cardiac rehabilitation that the collaboration represents. The increasing acknowledgment of Remote Cardiac Rehab as a foundational pillar in making cardiac care more accessible is seen as a positive step towards leveraging technology in cardiac rehabilitation.
Ami Bhatt, MD, ACC Chief Innovation Officer, highlighted the broader impact of the collaboration, stating, “The ACC is proud to recognize cardiologists who are pioneering digital therapeutics adaptation in India through Lupin Digital Health’s Lyfe platform. This recognition underscores our commitment to advancing digital solutions that improve patient outcomes globally.”
The collaboration between Lupin Digital Health and ACC is expected to encourage the healthcare fraternity to better understand and utilize technology-led Cardiac Rehab, ultimately contributing to improved patient outcomes and setting new benchmarks in the realm of digital therapeutics.