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Funding Cycle Recipients

Congratulations to the 2023 QI/PI Awardees! We are proud to recognize their outstanding contributions to advancing cardiovascular quality and process improvement. Join us in celebrating their achievements and commitment to excellence.

Minneapolis Heart Institute and Foundation
Project Title: Performance of an Artificial Intelligence Powered ECG Analysis in ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction

University of California Davis School of Medicine
Project Title: Digital Monitoring for Patients Post Coronary interventions to Reduce Risk for Recurrent Adverse Cardiovascular Events

University of California Davis
Project Title: Enabling Community Health Workers: A Multilingual, Peer-to-Peer Approach to Enhance Early Recognition of Heart Attack Symptoms among Minority Communities in


  1. Parkview Health
    Project Title: Development and evaluation of an EHR-integrated solution to assist clinical decision-making for guideline-directed medical therapy with patients who have heart failure with reduced ejection fraction
    Fort Wayne, IN
  2. The Christ Hospital
    Project Title: Enhancing Awareness and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Women: A Comprehensive Programmatic Approach
    Cincinnati, OH
  3. The Christ Hospital
    Project Title: Early Identification of Patients with Valvular Heart Disease
    Cincinnati, OH
  4. King's Daughters Medical Center
    Project Title: Improved Electronic Health Record Interoperability for Heart failure Coordination and Management
    Ashland, KY
  5. One Brooklyn Health – Brookdale Hospital Medical Center
    Project Title: Reducing Heart Failure Readmissions, Increasing Compliance with GDMT and Improving Cardiovascular Health through the EQITI: Education, Quality, and Interprofessional Team Investigation Training Model
    Brooklyn, NY


  1. University of Florida
    Project Title: Disparities in Peripheral Arterial Disease Diagnosis and Treatment in Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Regions of Florida
    Gainesville, FL
  2. University of Colorado School of Medicine
    Project Title: OPTIMIZE PAD-1: A Vascular Care Team Approach to Improving Lipid Management in Peripheral Artery Disease
    Cincinnati, OH
  3. The Christ Hospital
    Project Title: Enhancing Awareness and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in a vulnerable population: The South Asian Community in Tri State Area. A clinic-based approach
    Cincinnati, OH


  1. University of California Davis
    Project Title: Enhancing Recovery After Heart Transplant: a patient-participation approach to co-designing a new pre-habilitation program
    Sacramento, CA
  2. University of California Davis
    Project Title: Using a Multi-Disciplinary Virtual Consultation Platform to Enhance Community Referrals for Developing a Cardiac Amyloidosis Program
    Sacramento, CA
  3. Capital Health Medical Center Hopewell
    Project Title: Promoting Awareness of Heart Attack Symptoms and Responsive Actions
    Pennington, NJ
  4. Tufts Medical Center
    Project Title: North American COVID-19 Mechanical Circulatory Support Registry
    Washington, DC
  5. Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation at Abbott Northwestern Hospital
    Project Title: The North American COVID-19 ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (NACMI) International Registry
    Minneapolis, MN


  1. Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation at Abbott Northwestern Hospital
    Project Title: The Midwest STEMI Consortium
    Minneapolis, MN
  2. Saint Francis Medical Center, Heart Hospital
    Project Title: PulsePoint in Cape Girardeau, Missouri: A Community Collaborative Project to Enhance Early Heart Attack Care
    Cape Girardeau, MO
  3. The Christ Hospital
    Project Title: 12-Lead ECG Training to Ensure Optimal Triage and Treatment of Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes and Life-Threatening Arrhythmias
    Cincinnati, OH


  1. Minneapolis Heart Institute and Allina Health
    Project Title: Capture and Integration of Patient Reported Health Status Measures to Optimize Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Care
    Minneapolis, MN
  2. Duke University, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
    Project Title: The Duke Renal Impairment Program (DRIP) Initiative
    Durham, NC
  3. Parkview Health
    Project Title: A System Approach to Closing the Gaps in Guideline Directed Medical Therapy for Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction
    Fort Wayne, IN
  4. Indiana University Health
    Project Title: Improving Heart Health through PACE: Patient Centered Approach for Cardiac Rehab Enrollment
    Indianapolis, IN

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