Anti-Coagulation Management

Anticoagulants (also called blood thinners) are often prescribed to people who have blood clotting problems due to thrombosis or other disorders that increase the likelihood of blood clots including atrial fibrillation, cardiovascular disease, stroke, or after orthopedic surgeries. It is critical to patient care to have a closely coordinated plan of care to ensure the patient’s treatment is successful.

Program Features

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  • Coumadin treatment and Lovenox injection
  • Prompt interventions if dosage adjustments are required
  • Patient counseling and education
  • Coordinated care
  • PT/INR machines for immediate results