There is an immense amount of non-clinical data points being recorded by remote wearable health devices and smartphone applications available to consumers. The challenge is how that data can be leveraged to improve population health management. This session provides an overview of how, what and why such data from wearable devices can be collected and integrated with clinical registry data to formulate a more comprehensive profile of patient health data. As a pilot project, the American College of Cardiology (ACC) identified a set of devices, mobile applications, and data elements and focused on a solution to capture data from these sources. This non-clinical data can provide additional insights to the longitudinal perspective of a patient that might otherwise be missing and can help guide physicians to effective healthcare decisions.