Active+me Patient Activation protcol wins Meridian WMAHSN Award
Posted on July 19, 2019
We are delighted that our Active+me Patient Activation protocol for people working to stay well through their on-going commitment to community-based cardiac rehabilitation, won the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network’s award for Digital and AI innovation of the Year 2019!
Meridian WMAHSN award is aimed to recognise the most innovative and forward-thinking use of digital technologies and artificial intelligence in the healthcare industry.
We are very pleased because this Award recognises the dedication of the amazing Aseptika team and our wonderful participants in Huntingdon, St Ives and St Neots, Cambridgeshire. All made possible by support from Eastern AHSN and as a result of their vision. Thanks Stacie, Victoria and Sarah for your support in getting this off the ground.
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