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Activ8rlives’ Health and Wellness App Now Available on NHS Choice Health App Library
by Ken Ball (30 July 2015)
Activ8rlives’ 3.0 Health and Wellness Monitor and Food Diary App is now available on the NHS Choices Health Apps Library, having been reviewed and passed for inclusion by the clinical assurance team, which is made up of doctors, nurses and safety specialists.

21st July, 2015, Aseptika Limited, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire:

Activ8rlives’ 3.0 Health and Wellness Monitor and Food Diary App is now available on the NHS Choices Health Apps Library, having been reviewed and passed for inclusion by the clinical assurance team, which is made up of doctors, nurses and safety specialists.

The aim of the NHS Choices Health App Library is to provide a list of reviewed Apps that are safe to use, making it easier to find Apps that consumers can trust, improving patient and professional confidence, and enabling healthcare workers to be able to prescribe and recommend them to their patients.

In the latest version of the NHS Choices Health App Library, the new Health Apps Library Review Process ensures that Apps are relevant to people living in England, contains information from a verifiable or trusted source, comply with the Data Protection Act, ensure that they hold and use personal information appropriately, and above all make sure they are clinically safe and will not bring harm to the user. The National Information Board (NIB) aim to set regulation, accreditation and kite marking of technology and data enabled services later this year.

Inclusion of the Activ8rlives App in NHS Choices is a key step in giving healthcare professionals the confidence to recommend and prescribe Apps for use by their patients and is an important milestone for the Company as it develops integrated medical solutions for self-management of long-term conditions.

About Aseptika Limited (Activ8rlives)

Aseptika Limited is a healthcare company developing and marketing an integrated suite of self-monitoring devices and services under the Activ8rlives brand. We are developing integrated systems which can be used by consumers and their healthcare service providers to better self-manage long-term health conditions (LTHC) through self-monitoring.

The Company’s goal is to provide everyone with tools (and the understanding of how to apply them) so that most of us can keep healthy and well for most of the time. Self-management through self-monitoring is the motivation driving what we do.

Activ8rlives is unusual in that we are device agnostic, incorporating sensors and monitors ranging from consumer accessories to in vitro diagnostics (IVDs) with a focus on respiratory disease. All data is held together and can be cross analysed in the Cloud to provide forecasts and learning for the user and clinician.

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