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Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia, affecting around 1.4 million in the UK – resulting in a significantly increased risk of stroke in affected patients.

AF falls under Cardiovascular Health and is therefore a top priority under the NHS’s Long-Term Plan.

There are several proven treatments that can control rate and rhythm and reduce the risk of stroke in patients with AF.

The Oberoi Disease Management Digital Audit Platform for AF is aligned to the 2021 NICE (NG192) Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of AF.

Practice Baseline Report Snapshot

The Service Supports Healthcare Organisations (HCOs) to:


Patients with AF, to ensure they are diagnosed & correctly coded, to place them on the QOF AF Register.


High-risk patients with AF through anticoagulation, to prevent strokes.


Through correct DOAC & VKA dosing.


The Atrial Fibrillation dashboards provide a comprehensive overview of key metrics (Detect, Protect, Perfect) and insights to drive informed decision-making.

Our dashboards align seamlessly with the NHS organisational structure and are available at practice, PCN and ICB level, enabling benchmarking, easy comparison and tracking of key performance indicators.

With this alignment, our dashboard empowers PCNs and ICS to optimise care coordination, drive efficiency, and deliver patient-centered care. Providers can identify variations, share best practices, and drive resource allocation.