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Better Manage Your Asthma and COPD

Experts recommend that people with asthma and COPD track their symptoms, triggers and use of medications. The Propeller sensor and mobile application can help you learn more about and better manage your asthma and COPD.

Remote Monitoring and Management

Healthcare providers who remotely monitor asthma and COPD symptoms and the use of medications by their patients can better identify those in need of additional attention before they suffer an exacerbation or return for additional care.

Reduced Costs and Improved Quality

Asthma and COPD are the 5th and 6th most costly conditions in the US estimated at $50 billion annually, each. Improved self management reduces the cost of treating asthma and COPD by eliminated unnecessary hospitalizations, ED visits and office visits.

How much does asthma and COPD cost?

With both patient cases and treatment costs on the rise, you may be looking for ways to improve COPD and asthma care to avoid costly encounters. Get the facts in these companion white papers - a speedy snapshot of the economic and social cost of COPD and asthma in the US today.

Recent Posts

  • Propeller Health to Build First Ever National Asthma Risk Map for U.S.

    Today we are pleased to announce we will build the first-ever national Asthma Risk Map for the United States, where citizens can track how climate change affects the frequency and severity of asthma attacks and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). To accomplish this, Propeller plans to expand its current municipal public health asthma initiatives to […]

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  • Propeller Health launches AIR Louisville with partners

    Guest post by: Veronica Combs, Director of Community Engagement, AIR Louisville AIR Louisville, a joint partnership between Propeller Health, the Institute for Healthy Air, Water, and Soil, the Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness Department, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation officially launched March 20. AIR Louisville is the first-of-its-kind data-driven collaboration among public, private and philanthropic […]

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  • Louisville To Use Technology and Innovation to Reduce Burden of Asthma

    LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Today marks the start of AIR Louisville, the first-of-its-kind data-driven collaboration among public, private and philanthropic organizations to use digital health technology to improve asthma. Kentucky has the fourth highest adult asthma prevalence in the US and Louisville consistently ranks among the top 20 “most challenging” cities to […]

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