Advanced Digital Institute (ADI Health) has built a reputation within the UK as a leader in the field of technology-enabled health and care services. With the SBRI Healthcare funding, ADI Health has developed its PainSense service which has launched across Leeds. The technology enables the user to have a balanced step-wise process to self-assess, self manage and self-monitor changes in their persistent pain. The unique integrated reporting allows the healthcare professional to monitor progress providing support where required.
The PainSense service includes a set of apps that provide digital tools & resources to help
patients manage their persistent pain. The apps are integrated with NHS systems allowing
healthcare professionals to digitally monitor patient progress and deliver improved patient
“The PainSense service is being welcomed by many health commissioners across the NHS, as it starts to provide clinicians with more options and resources to help persistent pain
sufferers,” said Mr Eaglesham, CEO of ADI.
ADI Health will be exhibiting at a number of shows around the country to present the
PainSense service to health professionals that are looking at ways to improve their services
for people suffering from persistent pain.
Starting with exhibiting at (Glasgow) the British Pain Society (BPS) from April 21st-23rd on stand 46, https://www.britishpainsociety.org/2015-asm/
On the 23rd of April at the NWC Connected Health Ecosystem (Merseyside) event
On 27th April on DHACA DAY IV (Bradford). Register to attend for free through the Eventbrite widget here http://dhaca.org.uk/events/dhaca-day-iv/
On 16th and 17th June at the Kings Fund (London) Digital Health and Care Conference
Commissioning Live (Birmingham) on the 30th June and 25th of November (Manchester)
Follow @ADI_Health #PainSense Website: www.pain-sense.co.uk
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