Celebrating success in anticoagulation care and management, the awards were first launched in 2017, to recognise teams and individuals across secondary, primary and community services who can demonstrate innovation and excellence in delivering anticoagulation services, resources or individual leadership.
Pendleside Medical Practice in Clitheroe has recently been able to offer a new kind of connected self-care to patients prescribed warfarin. Patients are able to test their own blood at home, and send their INR result directly to the practice via an app called engage.
Our innovative app that helps warfarin patients to self-test and stay fully connected to their care teams has recently been approved by NHS Digital to join the NHS App Library, alongside a range of patient health care apps.
Anticoagulation UK is pleased to announce that applications are still being accepted for the prestigious Anticoagulation Achievement Awards! The original closing date of 1 June has now been extended to 15 June.
How new technology can enable the right connectivity between care teams and patients to deliver truly safe and supported self-care.
The proactive management of people with long-term conditions, including the promotion of self-care for patients, is a priority for the NHS.
To keep up with current guidelines and best practice, The University of Warwick is providing a range of courses throughout 2018. These courses will provide practical and clinically-focused topics with the aim of improving patient treatments and quality of life.
Thrombosis is a growing global concern and Thrombosis UK are working hard to raise awareness of venous thromboembolism (VTE) through a national campaign called ‘Let’s Talk Clots’.
The top 100 identifies innovation in the health technology industry and the companies that are changing the way healthcare is delivered around the world.