2020 Highlights

Montefiore-Einstein Cardiology

As challenging as 2020 was, Montefiore-Einstein Cardiology made impressive strides in research, treatment and care. In addition to the many procedures we performed, we broadened our footprint by establishing new outpatient and specialty clinics and contributing important scientific studies. 


2020 by the numbers

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COVID-19 patients treated at Montefiore-Einstein


New patients with heart disease treated 


Follow-up out-patient visits and consultations


Published scientific articles

Innovations and achievements

Pioneering the future of treatment and care

$600,000 philanthropic gift from the McAdam Family Foundation

This generous donation will support our research in two areas: decision-making in the treatment of structural heart failure and the use of an app-based approach of gamified education to improve outcomes for heart failure patients who also have diabetes.

Montefiore-Einstein Cardiology organizes more than 80 global conferences

Despite not being able to gather in person throughout much of 2020 due to the pandemic, Montefiore-Einstein Cardiology spearheaded 84 digital conferences across a diverse range of general cardiology and subspecialty topics, with participation by world-renowned national and international speakers. Broadcast on Zoom and shared on our YouTube channel, these conferences had a massive impact, educating and informing audiences around the globe.

Research Review

Improving care and outcomes through research

In 2020, we published over 200 scientific articles across a variety of topics.

Clinical Trials

Advancing care through clinical trials

Montefiore-Einstein Cardiology continues to be a leader in innovative cardiovascular research. In 2020, we participated in 40 active clinical trials.

Systematic Evaluation of Ablation Techniques for Non-Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation (PLEA)

Jorge Romero, MD, and Luigi Di Biase, MD

Pulsed Field Ablation to Irreversibly Electroporate Tissue and Treat AF (PULSED AF)

Luigi Di Biase, MD

Randomized Clinical Evaluation of the AccuCinch® Ventricular Restoration System in Patients Who Present with Symptomatic Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction (HFrEF): The CorCinch-HF Study

Ulrich Jorde, MD, and Mohammed Azeem Latib, MD

Early Feasibility Study of the Cardiovalve System for Tricuspid Regurgitation

Mohammed Azeem Latib, MD

Patient referrals

At Montefiore Einstein Center for Heart and Vascular Care, we know providing patients with the best possible care includes teamwork and trust. We work closely with our valued referring physicians to ensure open communication and reliable expertise.