Clinical Governance

Our clinical governance system is a powerful tool based on sophisticated analytics.

We provide advice, support and systems to help healthcare providers manage risk, optimise patient safety, compare performance across multiple sites and quantify cost savings.

How does HeliconHeart’s clinical governance help CCGs?

It gives anonymised access to international normalised ratio (INR) and atrial fibrillation (AF) related results at practitioner, site, clinical commissioning group (CCG) and total service level.

It gives support and oversight of the quality assurance (QA) assessments of near-patient testing devices on all sites. This enables comparison to be made between sites and encourages an equitable, high-quality service to be developed across multiple sites.

The real-time data for critical events, patient outcomes and costs can be queried on a wide range of measures, including therapeutic range, age and date,

The data can also be compared with historical data from the past 20 years.

All accredited users have access to our clinical standard operating procedures.

Patient Management Tools

Our unique web based software offers secure access to a clinically useful electronic health record, alongside clinical guidance and an advisory system.

Clinical Governance

Our governance system gives anonymised access to INR and AF related results at practitioner, site, CCG and total service level.

Education and eLearning

Our courses for patients and healthcare professionals blend e-learning with face-to-face support.

Helicon Health started life delivering algorithmic precision medicine in stroke prevention with a strong clinical and socio technical research background. This led us naturally to hone our skills in the internet of medical things, remote vital sign monitoring and remote consultation. We describe what we do as “delivering healthcare virtually” which with quality, integrity and a sense of collaboration and fair-play is our mission.
Tony Bowden
Chief Executive Officer, Helicon Health
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