Professional Disease Management Programs Designed for Physicians, Medical Groups and Clinics

Which Patients Qualify for PT/INR Patient Self-Testing?

The benefits of AHC'S PATIENT SELF TESTING program enables the attending physician to utilize home PT/INR monitoring for chronic, oral anticoagulation management for his/her patients by:• Providing the equipment and reimbursed supplies at NO out of pocket cost to the physician or patient
• Managing consumable (strips) delivery schedules
• Collecting test results and making them available to the attending physician for timely adjustments and interventions
• Improving Quality of Life for the patient – Patient does not have to visit a clinic each week
• Coordinated billing “Charge Slip” reminders to ensure timely and appropriate reimbursement

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Benefits of Self Testing 

The benefits of self-testing have been clearly documented in published studies. If properly prescribed, INR Patient Self Testing

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