ADI is pleased to announce a recent donation to the British Pain Society to support their review of the UK guidelines for Pain Management Programmes
ADI will be presenting the MyPathway® project at the DIGI HEALTH UK conference in Manchester Hall on Thursday the 24th of October
ADI has been successfully approved as a supplier on the government’s Digital Marketplace G-Cloud 11 Framework Agreement
Educational resources for back pain developed by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals musculoskeletal therapy service Physioworks to be shared with patients via MyPathway.
Ruth Sephton, Consultant Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, North West Borough Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, will be presenting a digital case study on the success of the deployment of MyPathway in their Physiotherapy department.
ADI will be attending the annual National Back Pain Pathway – Clinical Network Meeting at the Brighton Centre on the 2nd April 2019 as part of the Brit Spine 2019 conference.
ADI has been successfully approved as a supplier on the government’s Digital Marketplace G-Cloud 10 Framework Agreement
ADI is delighted to announce that it has won the Medilink Healthcare Business Awards 2017 'Advances in Digital Healthcare' category for its self-management of persistent pain app, PainSense.
ADI Health will be showing its PainSense app in the APP Zone at the 2016 International Technology Enabled Care Conference to be held 18-19th October at the ICC, Birmingham.
A PAIN management app developed by boffins to help reduce the need for hospital visits adopted by the NHS in Leeds in the largest commissioning of digital healthcare in the UK