My Inhealthcare

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App used within parts of the UK National Health Service, enabling patients to track, monitor and manage their health, and choose to share data to share with healthcare professionals.

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Parts of the United Kingdom, when patients are referred to the app by their NHS clinicians.




(Based in United Kingdom)



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Developed with NHS clinicians and patients


Allows networking with other people like me / Family / Friends Allows networking with other people like me / Family / Friends
Reminders Reminders
Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities
Self-monitoring Self-monitoring
Trackers Trackers
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The My Inhealthcare app was designed in collaboration with UK NHS clinicians and patients.

Where linked to the health system, patients can choose to:
. send health indicators directly to their GP or nurse
. track historic readings and results over time, including a daily diary
. receive new dosage instructions from their GP or nurse
. set reminders to take medication

. set reminders to take health readings.

My Inhealthcare can be used for a range of conditions including:
. atrial fibrillation, including recording INR levels and warfarin doses
. thrombosis
. diabetes, including recording blood glucose levels
. obesity
. tracking of vital signs including blood pressure, heart rate and SpO2.

To use the app, patients must be referred by their NHS healthcare professional.

Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical


Reviewer: Martin Smith, patient with atrial fibrillation
Review: “Self-testing has allowed me to understand how warfarin works and helps me to stay in the ideal therapeutic range to keep myself as fit and healthy as possible. My readings are more consistent. It also helps me to follow a good diet and reminds me to avoid food and drink cause reactions like broccoli and cranberries. Previously it was a fortnight or a month between clinics and a fair bit can happen in that period. Now I can just test myself and ring the nurse for any advice.”

“This new app is really positive for anyone that is still working. It’s extended my working life really because…previously I was having to work around diary dates to get me to the clinic. Now I can test in the morning at home…I can test myself on the train going up and down from London….It’s given me quite a lot of freedom.”

Source: Including recording of interview on Radio Yorkshire
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