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William W. O'Neill

Medical Director, Center for Structural Heart Disease

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital

HQ Phone:  (586) 263-2300

Email: w***@***.org

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Henry Ford Macomb Hospital

15855 Nineteen Mile Road

Clinton, Michigan,48038

United States

Company Description

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital in Clinton Township provides comprehensive, acute care. Specialty services include: Heart and Vascular Institute, which is affiliated with Henry Ford Heart and Vascular Institute Cancer Care Center, provided partnership with Jose...more

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Employment History

Executive Dean for Clinical Affairs

University of Miami


Chief of Cardiology

William Beaumont Hospital


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University of Michigan


Executive Dean for Clinical Affairs

Miller School


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Miami University


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MIAMI CENTER for ADVANCED CARDIOLOGY


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University of Miami Hospital


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University of Miami Miller School of Medicine


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Wayne State University School of Medicine


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Treatment of Cardiogenic Shock with Impella - Protected PCI Community

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William O'Neill, MD
Medical Director, Center for Structural Heart Disease Henry Ford Hospital


Detroit Cardiogenic Shock Initiative: Initial Results - Protected PCI Community

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Data presented by Dr. William O'Neill of Henry Ford Hospital System at the 66th Annual Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology also included new data from the Detroit Cardiogenic Shock Initiative (DCSI), an unprecedented collaboration between five heart hospitals in Detroit, with the goal of determining whether outcomes in cardiogenic shock can be improved by using standardized protocols including inserting Impella® early and before PCI.
Applying systematic best practices, initial results of 37 patients treated in DCSI hospitals showed an increase in cardiogenic shock survival rates from 51 percent baseline to 84 percent, with 100 percent of survivors discharged home with their native heart. "These results validate earlier studies from the cVAD Registry that early circulatory support is critical for survival and heart recovery in cardiogenic shock," said Dr. O'Neill. Read more about Dr. O'Neill's presentation on Abiomed's Impella Quality Assurance Program and the importance of treatment protocols to improve patient survival and heart recovery.


Detroit CSI: Collaboration to Improve Outcomes in Cardiogenic Shock - Protected PCI Community

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Led by Dr. Bill O'Neill of Henry Ford Health System, the initiative includes physicians from Henry Ford, Beaumont, Detroit Medical Center Heart Hospital, St. Joseph Mercy Health System and St. John Providence Ascension.
Dr. O'Neill will present these findings at the American College of Cardiology's Annual Scientific Session in Washington, DC in March.


Impella® Quality Assurance Program: Importance of Treatment Protocols to Improve Patient Survival and Heart Recovery - Protected PCI Community

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Data from Abiomed's Impella® Quality (IQ) Assurance Program, which includes the IQ Database and cVAD Registry, was presented today as late-breaking Featured Clinical Research by Dr. William O'Neill of Henry Ford Hospital System at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) 66th Annual Scientific Session in Washington, D.C.
These data were derived from the IQ Database documenting the real-world treatment of approximately 50,000 U.S. patients, with a subset of 15,259 Acute Myocardial Infarction Cardiogenic Shock (AMICS) patients.


Unprecedented collaboration by Metro Detroit cardiologists increases heart attack survival rate | Beaumont Health

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"This unprecedented effort shows the powerful advances we can make to save lives by working together in Metro Detroit," said lead investigator William W. O'Neill, M.D., director of the Center for Structural Heart Disease at Henry Ford Health System.
Dr. O'Neill is scheduled to mention the initiative's results in a presentation at the annual American College of Cardiology Scientific Sessions in March in Washington, D.C. Cardiologists in Boston, Los Angeles and other cities in the United States are following the initiative closely, to replicate for patients there, Dr. O'Neill said.


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