clinician frequently asked questions

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To be eligible, your patient must be diagnosed with:
  • Chronic atrial fibrillation
  • Mechanical heart valve
  • Venous thromboembolism (VTE) including,
    - Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
    - Pulmonary embolism (PE)
And meet the following criteria:
  • Taking Coumadin or other oral anticoagulation for at least 3-months and on a daily basis.
  • Be able to demonstrate the correct use of the device after training.
Yes. The PT/INR Monitor and the home testing must be prescribed by a treating physician. Only you and your patient can decide if mdINR PT/INR Home Monitoring Service is right for them.
Studies show that more frequent testing can help reduce serious risks to patient health.
If your patient's device is not working properly and our telephone technical support staff is unable to resolve his or her issue, we will ship a new device to replace their defective device.
mdINR delivers the replacement strips directly to your patient's home.
An mdINR certified trainer will go directly to your patient's home or a staff member in your office/clinic will train the patient in your office on how to use the PT/INR Meter and how to report results using one of three easy methods; live phone reporting, automated phone reporting or Internet reporting.
mdINR offers your patients 3 easy ways to record their PT/INR test results. They have the option to choose the one (or any combination) that is best for them:

1) Live Phone Support
Call our toll free 800 number and gain access to our knowledgeable staff. They’re here to help answer all your questions and will communicate directly with your physician.

2) Automated Phone System
- Report your results 24 hours a day.
- Never have to wait on hold to report your results.
- You can even use our automated system to:
   • Reorder testing supplies
   • Check your previous results, or
   • Update insurance information
An mdINR representative is available to answer questions from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm, Eastern Standard Time.