Anticoagulation therapy is well established, yet managing patients in this therapy can still be challenging. We consulted key opinion leaders on the anticoagulation and Atrial Fibrillation fields on how these challenges might be solved.
INRstar provides location-specific webinars to help users make the most of their anticoagulation solutions. The webinars and training are designed around the needs of the organisation and INRstar can provide bespoke training to new INRstar users or refresher sessions for existing users.
Queen’s Hospital, part of Barking Havering and Redbridge University Hospital NHS Trust, uses INRstar to manage warfarin and direct oral anticoagulants (DOAC) clinic patients. The trust first implemented INRstar in February 2016 and is already demonstrating savings in time and expenditure.
The technology exists for patients to obtain an accurate INR reading themselves, but can clinicians support it?
Westcliffe Medical Centre in Shipley is using advanced functionality from INRstar, to manage patients taking direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs). Under updated recommendations, NICE says that DOACs, should be offered where appropriate.
St George’s Hospital in London runs an anticoagulation service with around 2,100 active patients. The hospital uses INRstar as its clinical decision support system and benefits from its new functionality which supports direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) and LMWH.