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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

  • January Stat: Are you recharged for the new year?

    Happy new year from the Propeller team! The holidays were a good time to relax, spend time with family, and overeat for days, but now we’re back and ready to tackle respiratory health head on. If you felt like the holidays gave you a much-needed boost, you’re not alone. According to our data, our users’ […]

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    November Stat: 9 out of 10 users thankful for Propeller insights

    This week families around the nation will sit down to share a meal and what they are thankful for in 2014. That got us thinking – what would our users tell us they were thankful for in the world of Propeller? The results are positive, and humbling: 99% were satisfied with the experience of using […]

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    Is Louisville, Kentucky, the new face of asthma healthography?

    Reposted with permission from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Human Capital Blog: Leaders in Louisville, Kentucky, know first-hand that where you live and work affects your health and well-being. During a special session at the American Public Health Association’s meeting this week in New Orleans, we explorehow the air quality in Louisville neighborhoods impacts the health, […]

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