ADI Health will be exhibiting on stand 14 at Commissioning Live in Birmingham on the 30th June 2015. The event will bring together healthcare professionals from across the country who will share case studies on how taking a fresh look at particular pathways has improved outcomes for their population.
The event brings around 700 delegates from the following profiles:
• CCG Chairs
• GP Commissioners
• CCG board Members
• Prescribing Leads
• Medicines Managers
• CSU personnel
• LAT/NHS England personnel
The event is a good opportunity for any heads of CCG’s looking to explore new ways of improving pathways to persistent pain in their area. ADI Health will be demonstrating its PainSense service, a digital health service that focusses on self-management, helping and advising patients on how to manage their persistent pain in better ways. The PainSense service includes digital apps to help patients self-manage. The Apps are integrated with NHS systems allowing healthcare professionals to adopt a digital pathway to monitor patient progress and deliver improved patient outcomes. Watch a short YouTube video of users experience of the Pain Toolkit app, one of the apps that is a part of the PainSense service.
Find out more about PainSense on the following website www.Pain-Sense.co.uk
Search the #PainSense hashtag on twitter.
Follow @ADI_Health for tweets on #PainSense