About Us

This toolkit was produced by the Michigan Anticoagulation Quality Improvement Initiative (MAQI2), a consortium of anticoagulation clinics and experts from across the state of Michigan. Funding for MAQI2 is provided by Blue Cross Blue Shield and Blue Care Network of Michigan through the Collaborative Quality Improvement (CQI) program. The goal of this toolkit is to provide practitioners with an up-to-date, reliable, and easy to use source of information for anticoagulation.

The content is based on the latest available evidence-based guidelines and research whenever possible. If you are aware of new guidelines or research, or if you have suggestions that can help improve this toolkit, please email us to let us know. Please read our disclaimer before using our toolkit.

Disclaimer: This toolkit is for informational purposes only and does not, itself, constitute medical advice. The toolkit is not a replacement for careful medical judgments by qualified medical personnel. There may be information in the toolkit that does not apply to or may be inappropriate for the medical situation at hand.


03/25/2024—iOS App 2.8 Update!

We're now sporting version 2.8 of our mobile app including bug fixes and updated references.

It's always free, check it out on the App Store!

12/03/2019—iOS 13 Compatibility

We have released an iOS 13 compatible (including Dark Mode) version of our app. Please check it out on the Apple App Store!

10/16/2019—Anticoagulation Update

We are sharing four key updates to anticoagulation guidelines and valuable lessons learned that providers can actually implement in their own clinics. View a detailed version of these guideline updates.

10/14/2019—iOS 13 Bugs

Unfortunately the Anticoagulation Toolkit App shows some quirky bugs under iOS 13. Since iOS 13 is still quite buggy we aren't sure whether the bugs we're seeing in our app are new behaviors under iOS 13 or results of iOS 13 bugs. As such we are waiting for iOS 13 to stabilize before updating our app to prevent overcorrection and crossed efforts. We appreciate your patience!

03/13/2018—Quick References

We've added some one-pagers and pocket cards for quickly referencing the information you need. Check them out on our Provider Toolkit page.

08/29/2017—Patients Managing Minor Bleeds

There are several new handouts appended to the Patient Toolkit intended to help patients manage minor bleeds. Check them out!

09/12/2016—Patient Toolkit en Español

04/22/2015—CME Credit

CME Website

We are now offering free CME (2 AMA PRA Cat. 1 credit hours) to anyone reviewing our toolkit and getting 70% or better on a 10 question exam.

04/17/2015—Anticoagulation Toolkit iPhone App Launch

MAQI2 Anticoagulation Toolkit App

Now in the AppStore.

AppStore Link