Chronic pain

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Manage chronic pain with a digital service that connects patients to their care team remotely

We have partnered with PainSense, part of ADI health, to deliver a collaborative digital chronic pain service which helps patients to manage their chronic pain remotely using a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) approach.

Clinicians can make simple one click referrals to one of two easy to use pain management apps: The Pain Toolkit or The Pain Management Plan. In paper form, these resources already have an international reputation as highly effective tools for building self-management skills. The digital app uses these proven methods in e-learning form to help patients gain knowledge, guidance and skills to self-manage their chronic pain.

All data inputted into the app is fed directly into the patient record with clinical system integration, including EMIS Web and SystmOne. This is available to care teams to better inform interventions or changes in treatment and medication prior to consultations. The chronic pain app is already helping patients to live happier, healthier and more independent lives across the UK including in Leeds, commissioned by NHS Leeds West CCG.

Leeds West CCG - Chronic Pain

The three Leeds CCG’s are committed to improving the quality of life for patients with chronic pain. By investing in the latest digital technology to support our patients, we’ve demonstrated that we want to help patients be at the centre of their care.

Dr Jamie O’Shea, clinical lead for elective care at NHS Leeds West Clinical Commissioning Group.
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How does the PainSense app benefit patients?

How does the PainSense app benefit patients?

Clinical Manager of Pain Management Solutions, Richard Couch, explains how PainSense is benefiting patients across West Yorkshire.

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Chronic pain brochure

Chronic pain brochure

Download our chronic pain brochure to find more about a service which connects patients to their care team remotely.

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Chronic pain patient video

Chronic pain patient video

BBC Look North reports on how PainSense is helping 7,000 chronic pain sufferers like Maggie Poppa manage their pain more effectively.

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  • Reduces unnecessary appointments and increases capacity
  • Improves clinical outcomes
  • Integrates with clinical systems
  • Improves patient satisfaction and meets growing patient demand

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