Trusted by the NHS for over 20 years, INRstar enables you to make the right decisions at the right time for all your anticoagulation patients based on accurate, fast and up-to-date information.
Our smart, easy-to-use app connects your devices and meters to your care team’s software seamlessly – enabling you to exchange information safely and receive the care you need with fewer visits to clinic.
Struggling with busy and time-consuming anticoagulation clinics, Pendleside Medical Practice implemented warfarin self-testing with the engage app. They wanted to reduce the time commitment for nurses and patients alike and found some surprising benefits.
Whether you’re new to INRstar or need a refresher, our training covers all the clinical, operational and administrative features you need to manage your anticoagulation service.
A Clinical Level 1 user often has regular contact with patients and would manage stable patients with no changes to their treatments.
Our Clinical Level 1 training is a practical and thorough clinical demonstration which includes how to:
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A Clinical Level 2 user has all the permissions of Level 1 plus they're able to deactivate and reactivate patients, make changes to a patient's clinical details and complete out-of-range treatments.
Clinical Level 2 training delivers a comprehensive overview of the system and its functionality including how to:
Our Clinical Level 3 training is designed for users who make dose changes to a patient's prescription and authorise referrals from users with a lower permission level. This role should be a prescriber who's aiming to or has already completed the MSC anticoagulation management training course.
Clinical Level 3 training covers how to:
A Location Clinical Lead user takes ultimate responsibility for all INRstar users at their location. This is the only user role with access to the complete view of the audit trail and all changes made to records by users.
Location Clinical Lead permissions are similar to those of Clinical Level 3 users, except that this role assumes responsibility to ensure that all INRstar users are adequately trained. We provide training for stand-alone practices or for location lead groups within CCGs.
The training includes how to:
INRstar offers non-clinical roles to help your team manage your anticoagulation service. We offer training for these specific roles.
Clerical staff can:
Administration staff can, in addition to the clerical staff permissions:
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