News Posts matching 'active+me'
The changing face of cardiac rehab: How health technology has improved the way cardiac patients access vital rehabilitation services
16th November 2020, St Ives Cambridgeshire: Aseptika, a Cambridge-based healthcare business, has developed an innovative remote monitoring system for cardiac rehabilitation patients. This system has been awarded a “Highly Commended” in the Selfcare Forum awards for 2020. The system, called Active+me REMOTE Cardiac Recover, is a cardiac recovery service delivered remotely in partnership with cardiac […]
Posted on November 16, 2020
Active+me programme and Activ8rlives App helps give NHS patients living with heart conditions the confidence and skills to exercise safely
More than 26,000 people are recorded as living with heart disease in Cambridge and Peterborough and regular activity is one of the best ways for people with a heart condition to make a good recovery after surgery or a heart attack, but patients are confused . What is safe? How much should they do? A […]
Posted on November 18, 2019
Aseptika wins big at West Midlands healthcare innovation awards
Local Cambridgeshire healthcare company, Aseptika Ltd (Activ8rlives) has been awarded the Digital or Artificial Intelligence Innovation of the Year Award at the Meridian Awards – A Celebration of Innovation, for its ground-breaking Active+me patient activation programme. The Active+me programme combines group exercise classes, health coaching, peer support, PAM (Patient Activation Measure) monitoring, with Aseptika – […]
Posted on August 5, 2019
Active+me Patient Activation protcol wins Meridian WMAHSN Award
Delighted our Active+me Patient Activation protocol for people working to stay well through on-going commitment to community-based cardiac rehabilitation won the West Midlands AHSN award for Digital and AI innovation of the Year 2019!
Posted on July 19, 2019
Active+me is a programme that combines group exercise classes, health coaching, peer support, PAM (Patient Activation Measure) monitoring and teaching patients how to use Aseptika – Activ8rlives self-care monitoring technology to track their health and wellbeing. The data can also be reviewed remotely by health and care professionals, helping to identify deterioration in conditions more quickly than traditional methods of support.
Posted on March 12, 2019