For Patients

Our reliable patient self-testing services help you reduce your risk for bleeding or clotting without extra trips to the doctor’s office.

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Take Control of your Health.

Our reliable patient self-testing services help you reduce your risk for bleeding or clotting without extra trips to the doctor’s office.

With frequent INR patient self-testing, you can take control of your health from the comfort of home. Self-testing helps you keep your blood’s clotting ability in a healthy range. In a healthy range, you have a reduced risk for a stroke or other serious health conditions.

ODI Diagnostics offers you comprehensive support for successful patient self-testing. We help you:

  • Ensure INR patient self-testing is covered by your health insurance

  • Receive a testing device and supplies (covered by Medicare and many other insurance plans)

  • Learn how to self-test and report your results

 

Our certified trainers provide supportive, face-to-face training at your home or doctor’s office. You can always rely on us to answer any questions you have about your testing equipment, reporting test results and other self-testing topics.

As a patient self-tester, you have the freedom and flexibility to manage your anticoagulation therapy whenever and wherever you are. Once you have completed a test, you’ll log in to our easy-to-use patient portal to record your results. We send the results to your physician, who can review them and make changes to your blood thinner dosage if necessary.

Take control over your heart health. Talk to your doctor about patient self-testing.

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  2. Heneghan C, et al. Self-monitoring of oral anticoagulation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Lancet. 2006; 367:404-11.

  3. Ansell, et al. STABLE Results: Warfarin Home Monitoring Achieves Excellent INR Control. Am J Manag Care. 2014;20(3):202-209