The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing doctors and health care teams around the globe to adapt to a health care environment that is changing by the hour. Physicians and hospitals are shifting priorities to prepare for and accommodate severely ill patients. As the disease spreads and new evidence emerges, we must be able to adapt our facilities and identify the risk factors for the development of cardiac complications in patients with COVID-19. In response to the evolving pandemic, the Texas Heart Institute (THI) is dedicating its education series, Innovative Technologies & Techniques, to providing information to those in the medical community who are taking care of cardiovascular patients with and without COVID-19. The special series, Cardiology in the Time of COVID-19, will include discussions of current COVID-19 and cardiovascular care literature and will provide an online educational forum for discussing emerging topics related to preparing for and taking care of all patients being treated for COVID-19. In each episode, THI medical directors and leadership will interview experts in their respective fields to provide early perspectives on relevant topics. The initial topics of discussion will explore strategies to consider when preparing facilities and staff for case surge and innovative practices for overcoming social distancing challenges to providing cardiac care during this unprecedented time. Importantly, because best practices are in flux and are evolving as we learn more about how this virus manifests, we will continually update and make available these web-based vignettes, for the educational benefit of our global medical community. The video and its contents are for educational purposes only. The views and remarks represent those of the individual physicians and not those of Texas Heart Institute. The information presented is based on the physician's observations and experiences in the evaluation of any product. Physicians should make their own informed evaluation. Educational content published by the Texas Heart Institute does not provide specific medical advice; rather, these resources provide users with information to better understand their health and diagnosed disorders. Texas Heart Institute urges individuals to visit a qualified doctor for diagnosis and for specific medical advice.