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Propeller Health Raises $14.5 Million Series B Financing Led by Safeguard Scientifics

Company to scale FDA-cleared digital therapeutic to tackle $100 billion cost of treating asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Madison, WI and Wayne, PA, September 4, 2014 – Propeller Health, the FDA-cleared digital health solution for chronic respiratory disease, today announced that it raised $14.5 million in Series B financing, led by Safeguard Scientifics (NYSE:SFE) with participation from Series A investor The Social+Capital Partnership. Propeller Health will use the funding to accelerate product development, strategic alliances, client services, sales and marketing.

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Welcome, Chris

Today’s a big day – we’re announcing our Series B funding along with the great news that Chris Hogg has joined as Chief Operating Officer. Chris is a digital health pioneer and explorer. We met several years ago in DC at one of the first HHS Datapaloozas. He was working on 100Plus, the mobile health […]

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Blast from our Sensor Past at the North Carolina Hospital Association Meeting

I love the south. Peach and pecan stands. Sweet tea. Spanish moss. People saying, “Thank you kindly.” So when Cindy Clark of the North Carolina Hospital Association told us we’d been selected as one of 12 companies to join their invite-only Tech Breakfast at the NCHA Annual Meeting in Hilton Head, I said, “Yes ma’am, […]

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Arizona Care Network Is First ACO to Launch Propeller for COPD

Propeller connected health solution now available to Arizona Care Network patients 
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MADISON, Wis. & PHOENIZ, Ariz. – July 14, 2014 – Propeller Health, the FDA-cleared digital health solution for chronic respiratory disease, and Arizona Care Network, a physician and health system collaboration, jointly announced today that ACN will be the first Accountable Care Organization (ACO) to offer the Propeller platform to its members with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Arizona Care Network was formed through collaboration between two of the state’s largest health care organizations, Dignity Health and Abrazo Health (Tenet).

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HHS Secretary Sebelius Shout Out to Propeller CEO at Health Datapalooza V

We’re blushing.  We knew our CEO was headed back to Health Datapalooza this week. What we didn’t know was that US Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius would have such kind words to share about him in her keynote.  Here’s the full transcript, and her warm words of encouragement below: Before I close, I wanted to share […]

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Propeller Notes from the Community Action to Fight Asthma Annual Meeting

We joined the great folks in the Community Action to Fight Asthma (CAFA) network at their annual meeting in Sacramento a couple weeks ago. CAFA is convened by Regional Asthma Management and Prevention (RAMP), and is a California network of asthma coalitions shaping local, regional and state policies to reduce the burden of asthma. Each […]

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Propeller Health Launches Inhaler Technique Coaching via Helpouts by Google

Company expands digital health platform and services to include real-time video consultations

SAN DIEGO, Cal. American Thoracic Society International Conference (ATS 2014) – May 21, 2014 – Propeller Health, the FDA-cleared digital health solution for chronic respiratory disease, today announced the company will offer inhaler technique coaching via Helpouts by Google.

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Propeller Health Receives New FDA Clearance for Next Generation Propeller Platform

New low-energy sensor eliminates charging, while enhanced analytics identify worsening patients

MADISON, Wis. World Asthma Day – May 6, 2014 – Propeller Health, the FDA-cleared digital health solution for chronic respiratory disease, today announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance to market its latest generation of the Propeller platform, including a new sensor.

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A Trigger A Day For Asthma Awareness Month

May marks National Asthma Awareness Month - and May 6 is World Asthma Day. This year we’re doing our part by tagging real-life triggers.    Every day we’ll feature a known asthma trigger to help you watch out for 31 sometimes-disgusting, sometimes-adorable creatures, places and things that can cause asthma symptoms and flare-ups.   Follow along here […]

Catch Social+Capital Partnership’s Ted Maidenberg on SXSW Health Tech Panel

Best known for its fantastic musical line-up, SXSW also includes the Interactive Festival – five days of emerging technology presentations. We’re excited to share Ted Maidenberg, General Partner and Executive Officer with one of our investors, The Social+Capital Partnership, will be speaking at SXSW Interactive on the panel, “What Happens When Health & Tech Meet […]

It’s Not too Late for Your Flu Shot, Especially If You Have Asthma or COPD

If you haven’t gotten your flu shot and think it’s too late to make a difference– think again! Flu season typically starts in the fall and peaks in January and February. Now is the time to take action against the flu and protect your health for the rest of these difficult winter months. This season […]

4 Takeaways from the 5th Annual mHealth Summit in Washington DC

Propeller Health’s Erika O’Donohoe, Director of Client Services and Support, and Kevin Houlihan, Senior Product Manager, headed to DC for the 5th annual mHealth Summit! It was a jam-packed event, and we received great feedback from health plans, payers and medical practitioners that Propeller Health is moving forward in a positive direction as an industry […]

Propeller Health 2013: Top Tweets, Posts and Shares

It has been a big year for us! From Series A funding from our partners at Social+Capital and The California HealthCare Foundation, to a name change, to great new programs with health systems and patients across the country, to outstanding results from a Propeller randomized control trial, 2013 was full of exciting challenges, successes and […]

What If Santa Had Asthma?

The big day is less than a week away! It got us wondering, “What if Santa had asthma?” Could he still handle the gig? Why yes, Virginia, we think he can. The key to his gift-giving success is knowing his triggers and being prepared. So to help him out, we’ve tapped our friend Dr. Melinda Rathkopf, […]

December Stat: Cold Air Asthma Trigger Recorded Twice as Much in Early Winter

Our second Stat of the Month post!Propeller users record cold air as an asthma trigger twice as often in November and December than in any other month. Well of course they do, you might say. And it’s true, it’s winter after all. But what we find interesting is that it’s early winter – and as […]

New Pew Study Shows More than 70% of People with Chronic Conditions Track Symptoms

Yesterday Susannah Fox with the Pew Research Center released a new report describing how individuals living with a chronic disease collect, share and create health information — online and off. Our Propeller Health crew is excited because this is the first national survey measuring health tracking among people living with chronic conditions. The report, supported by […]

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November Stat: Almost 2/3 of Propeller Users Share Their Data with a Family Member

Our first Stat of the Month post: Thanksgiving edition! Over 60% of our users share their data with a family member. November is a time for giving thanks and spending quality time with family. We think family can be a powerful, motivating, positive force in helping managing a chronic disease. And while “sharing data” might […]

Stat of the Month: New Series on Respiratory Mobile Health Trends

Today marks the first installment in our new series on respiratory health trends. Every day – heck, every hour – we crunch the data collected by our Propeller users. Each month, we’ll take a step back to explore recent insights uncovered by the Propeller system. We hope you’ll find these posts thought-provoking and informative in […]

Improved Asthma Control, Clinical Effectiveness and ROI in Dignity Propeller Trial: Interim Results presented at ACAAI Meeting

We were excited last week that Woodland Healthcare’s Rajan Merchant, MD presented early Propeller results at the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology meeting. We were delighted the results were reported by both senior staff writer for MedPage Today, Crystal Phend her recent article, “Telemonitoring Comes to Asthma Care” and by Kate Johnson her […]

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Propeller Health Presents on Predicted Risk of Asthma in Louisville at American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition

Last week our geospatial expert, Meredith Barrett, hit the road to speak at the American Public Health Association’s 141st Annual Meeting and Exposition. The annual meeting, held on November 2-6 in Boston and attracting 13,000 attendees, was a terrific showcase of the ground-breaking work that’s happening in public health right now, and we were proud […]

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MobiHealthNews Highlights our CEO David Van Sickle in 30 Memorable mHealth Quotes of 2013

It’s been a big year year for mHealth, and you don’t have to look far to find the numbers that prove the industry is growing with no signs of slowing down. The depth of this year’s mHealth development isn’t just in the numbers as MobiHealthNews pointed out in their recent compilation ‘30 memorable mobile health […]

Propeller Featured at Global eHealth Ambassadors Showcase

We were honored to participate in last month’s technology showcase hosted by The Global eHealth Ambassadors Program, chaired by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. The showcase, held at the Qualcomm Campus in San Diego, gave advocacy leaders from around the world the opportunity to collaborate and get first-hand experience with leading eHealth technologies and solutions. We […]

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Propeller at SOCAP: Accelerating the Good Economy

Doing well and doing good. The Social Capital Markets Conference (SOCAP) is an event to increase the flow of investment toward social impact projects. Over 2000 people – from entrepreneurs to investors to nonprofits to academics – traveled all over the world to join this conference this week in San Francisco. This year, for the […]

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Today is Worst Day of the Year for Asthma

Today, September 19th, is this year’s most dangerous day for asthma — a date calculated by numerous clinical studies which cite that 17 days after Labor Day is the average peak of hospitalizations due to asthma. The September flare-up is the result of a combination of circumstances. First, September marks the beginning of school for […]

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Tweets, Posts, Updates on Asthmapolis’ Move to Propeller Health

On September 10th, 2013 we announced that Asthmapolis is now Propeller Health — the FDA cleared mobile solution to help you better manage your asthma, COPD and respiratory disease. We were thrilled with the warm reception Propeller Health received! Storify by justinemarcus Sat, Sep 14 2013 12:51:01 Propeller Health Launch On September 10th, 2013 we […]

Asthmapolis Relaunches as Propeller Health to Advance Broader Respiratory Mission

Name change coincides with announcement of new apps and sensors for COPD, new data on outcomes

MADISON, Wis. September 10, 2013 – Asthmapolis, the FDA-cleared mobile health solution for chronic respiratory disease, today announced the company is changing its name to Propeller Health. The Propeller platform is designed to help patients and their physicians better understand and control respiratory disease to reduce preventable emergency room visits, hospitalizations and unnecessary suffering.

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Introducing Propeller Health, the new name for Asthmapolis

Today we are excited to announce Asthmapolis is now Propeller Health, and our mobile health platform for managing chronic respiratory disease is now Propeller. We’re on cloud nine over this relaunch, because it’s bigger than just a name change. Here’s a interview with our captain, CEO David Van Sickle, to tell you why we’re ready […]

Your Back To School Asthma Checklist

Paper, notebooks, folders – the list gets longer every new school year. Is an asthma management plan on that list? It should be – but we get it, there’s already enough to do. Never fear, we’re here to help with a back to school checklist just for asthma. Read on! When you take your child […]

5 Questions with Sharp Rees-Stealy on Respiratory Health, Chronic Disease Management and Asthmapolis

I recently had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Parag Agnihotri, the Medical Director of Continuum of Care at Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers, about their respiratory management programs and recent kick off with Asthmapolis. What challenges do you face in respiratory health management? At Sharp Rees-Stealy, we are very involved in population health and health […]

Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers Launches Asthmapolis Mobile Asthma Management Program

MADISON, Wis. July 25, 2013 – Asthmapolis, the FDA-cleared mobile health solution for asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), today announced Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers will offer the platform as part of their asthma respiratory health management program. The Asthmapolis system is designed to help patients and their physicians better understand and control their […]

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How to Create an Asthma Safe Home Part II: Solutions for Tenants and Landlords

Creating a safe and healthy home for anyone with asthma is challenging. Our previous post on common triggers and tips for mitigation, posted last week, is certainly a great place to start. Also relevant, however, is that individuals who rent often face unique barriers. For example, while you can take steps to remediate a pest […]

New SXSW Panel Podcast: Sensor Technologies – the Future of Health?

Back in March, our CEO and co-founder David Van Sickle participated in the South by Southwest (SXSW) panel “Sensor Technologies: The Future of Health?” in Austin, Texas. David was joined on the panel by moderator Jean-Luc Neptune, senior VP of Health 2.0, and fellow panelists Lama Nachman, principal engineer at Intel, and Mark Winter, senior […]

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How to Create an Asthma Safe Home Part I: Common Triggers and Tips

If you have asthma, your home, what should be a place of relaxation and refuge, can play host to many serious asthma triggers. Triggers include: Pests like cockroaches, dust mites and rodents Dampness, leaks, mildew Furry pets Wall to wall carpeting ƒIndoor fungi/molds Ventilation problems that allow accumulation of ozone, fine particulates, sulfur dioxide, or […]

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Asthmapolis featured at Kaiser Permanente National Quality Conference Imaginarium

We were honored to be featured at the Kaiser Permanente Imaginarium in Sacramento last week. The Imaginarium was an interactive expo of the annual Kaiser Permanente National Quality Conference. This two day event presented 650+ Kaiser Permanente executives with a peek into current and future innovations — both internal and external to Kaiser Permanente. We were […]

Asthmapolis Showcases Award-Winning Mobile Health Solution for Asthma and COPD at AHIP Institute 2013

Company to highlight how latest release supports member engagement and medication adherence in booth #743 June 12-13 MADISON, Wis. June 11, 2013 – Asthmapolis, the FDA-cleared mobile health solution for asthma and COPD, will showcase its award-winning platform at America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Institute, June 12-13 at the Wynn Las Vegas in booth #743. […]

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Connecting with the AARP Community at AARP Health Innovations@50+ Expo

Last week we were honored with the opportunity to exhibit at the AARP Health Innovation@50+ Expo in Las Vegas! We talked with attendees  about Asthmapolis and got valuable input from patients and caregivers managing  COPD. We were in good company alongside other exhibitors, including: AdhereTech, AliveCor, Bodymedia, Breezie, Caremerge, GeriJoy, iMedicare, LifeVest Health, Lively, Liz […]

Asthmapolis Receives Second Investment from the California HealthCare Foundation

MADISON, Wis. June 7, 2013 – Asthmapolis, the FDA-cleared mobile health solution for asthma and COPD, today announces it received a second investment from the California HealthCare Foundation (CHCF). Asthmapolis is designed to improve the care of people with asthma and COPD, advance understanding of symptoms and triggers and help them achieve control of these […]

Asthmapolis Wins Horizon Award in the 2013 TripleTree iAwards for Connected Health

Award recognizes the company’s unique advancements in chronic disease management via connected health MADISON, Wis. June 3, 2013 – Asthmapolis, the FDA-cleared mobile health solution for asthma and COPD, today announced it received the Horizon Award in the 2013 TripleTree iAwards for Connected Health. Asthmapolis is a mobile health solution designed to help improve the […]

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Asthmapolis Participates in Community Action to Fight Asthma (CAFA) Annual Meeting

Community Action to Fight Asthma (CAFA) is a statewide network of asthma coalitions shaping local, regional and state policies in California. Convened by Regional Asthma Management and Prevention (RAMP), CAFA works to reduce the environmental triggers of asthma for school-aged children where they live, learn, and play. Each year for over a decade, members of CAFA meet in Sacramento to […]

Is Digital Health Changing Asthma Care for the Better?

During National Asthma Awareness month we’ve been doing a deep dive with Dr. Rubina Inamdar of Dignity Health to talk asthma awareness. Over the last couple weeks we’ve tackled big challenges, battled common misconceptions and addressed seasonality. For our final post in the series, we wanted to know more about the impact of digital and […]

mHealth for the Underserved Takes Center Stage at HealthBeat

VentureBeat hosted their HealthBeat conference last week, and a few of us from the Asthmapolis team were happy to attend. Our president and co-founder, Mark Gehring spoke at the conference during the session, “mHealth for the Underserved – Seeding a New Market.” Moderated by Robin Strongin, founder of Disruptive Women in Health Care, the session […]

Safety Net Innovation Network Conference Highlights

As April turned to May the Center for Care Innovations hosted on their bi-annual Safety Net Innovation Network Conference, and we were privileged to attend. The conference brought together administrators, clinicians, researchers, entrepreneurs and investors all focused on cultivating innovation within the safety net healthcare system. The safety net is considered to be the systems and providers […]

The Biggest Asthma Misconception

During National Asthma Awareness month we’re doing a deep dive with Dr. Rubina Inamdar of Dignity Health to talk asthma awareness. First up was tackling big challenges. This week: battling misconceptions. What’s the biggest misconception about asthma in your opinion? Asthma is like any other chronic disease, like diabetes or high blood press or even […]

Asthmapolis CEO to Present at Respiratory Drug Delivery (RDD®) Europe 2013

MADISON, Wis. – [May 20, 2013] – Asthmapolis (az-MAP-ō-lis), the FDA-cleared mobile health solution for asthma and COPD, today announced CEO David Van Sickle will give an invited presentation during Respiratory Drug Delivery (RDD®) Europe 2013 in Berlin, Germany. On Friday, May 24 at 8:30 a.m., Van Sickle will present “Monitoring and Improving Compliance and […]

Top Three Asthma Challenges: Finance, Literacy, Misinformation

During National Asthma Awareness month we’re doing a deep dive with Dr. Rubina Inamdar of Dignity Health to talk asthma awareness. First up: tackling big challenges. What do you think have been the top three toughest challenges facing you and your patients in terms of educating them about – or helping them manage – their […]

Asthma Awareness from the Provider’s Perspective

May is National Asthma Awareness Month so I was delighted to grab some time with Dr. Rubina Inamdar of Dignity Health to talk asthma awareness. Over the next four weeks, we’ll do a deep dive to get her first hand experiences of educating – and reeducating – patients about their disease. Plus later this month, we’ll […]

Health Technology Forum was Platform for Patient and Healthcare Leaders

The Mission Bay campus in San Francisco was abuzz with disruptive discussion on April 19th as technologists, health care providers, and health system executives came together for the Health Technology Forum Innovation Conference: Platforms for the Underserved. Not only did the conference center around technology platforms, but it also served as a platform for leaders, […]

Technology-driven innovation in healthcare: two takeaways from Healthcare Innovation Summit

Asthmapolis co-founder, David Van Sickle, had a lot to say about technology and healthcare innovation at last Wednesday’s Healthcare Innovation Summit at Stanford University, and his words seemed to resonate with the audience. He received enthusiastic applause after passionately describing his motivation to found Asthmapolis and tackle the problems he saw in asthma management. The […]

CBS News Features the Asthmapolis Program at Dignity Health

We’re delighted to see our friends at Dignity Health featured in this great piece by CBS News! The segment focuses on both the day to day experience of a patient, Duffy Minges, using Asthmapolis to better manage her asthma as well as the way providers, like principle investigator, Dr. Rajan Merchant integrate Asthmapolis into their […]

Asthmapolis Raises $5 Million in Series A Funding from The Social+Capital Partnership to Expand Digital Health Respiratory Solutions for 50 Million Americans

MADISON, Wis. – [April 4, 2013] – Asthmapolis (az-MAP-ō-lis), the FDA-cleared mobile health solution for asthma and COPD, today announces it has raised $5 million in a Series A round from The Social+Capital Partnership (“Social Capital”). With the funds, Asthmapolis will deliver new innovations and services for its comprehensive solution of sensors, leading mobile technology […]

Oakland Asthma Forum Recap: Discussion, Awareness and Collaboration

Last week The Oakland Tribune hosted a public forum entitled, “Asthma — The Battle To Breathe.” The forum explained the state of the asthma problem, specifically the high prevalence, and highlighted the current work that’s being done to tackle asthma in the Bay Area. Moderating the discussions was Tribune Education Reporter Katy Murphy and Martin […]

Asthmapolis Research Featured at Public Health Heroes Gala

We’re pleased to bring you this post by guest blogger, Meredith Barrett, PhD. Meredith is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholar at UCSF-Berkeley, and she is currently collaborating with Asthmapolis as a Data Scientist focusing on spacial patterns in asthma incidence. Asthmapolis mingled among superheroes last week — of public health, that is. […]

What’s Worse for Your Asthma: Itchy Eyes or Runny Nose?

Spring time may also mean spring allergies. If you have asthma, you are potentially vulnerable to allergy symptoms leading to more serious asthma events. Spring is now starting to make its presence known with green grass, leaves budding on the trees and flowers. With flowers, however, comes pollen and, for some, allergies! Spring allergy symptoms […]

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center Is First New York Hospital to Offer Asthmapolis Mobile Asthma Management Program

Launched as Breathe Easy, this cutting-edge program is designed to improve the quality of life for Bushwick-area children with asthma MADISON, Wis. – [March 19, 2013] – Asthmapolis today announced Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is the first hospital in New York to offer the Asthmapolis system to families of children with asthma. Through its Breathe […]

Asthma, Pollen Bombs and Proactivity

Spring is coming early and packing a punch. If it seems like your allergies are arriving sooner and with greater force this year, you’re not alone. Warmer temperatures, “the priming effect” and “pollen bombs” are escalating and prolonging seasonal allergies across the nation. Across the US, spring allergies are already in full swing, and experts […]

Asthma – The Battle to Breathe, March 20 Public Forum in Oakland, CA

The Oakland Tribune will be hosting a public forum entitled, “Asthma — The Battle To Breathe” to highlight the current work that’s being done to tackle asthma in the Bay Area. The forum will be March 20, 6-8 p.m. at the California State University East Bay’s Oakland Center, 1000 Broadway, Suite 109. The event is […]

Asthmapolis Partners with Amerigroup to Enhance Asthma Management Efforts

Amerigroup Launches Innovative Program in its Florida Health Plan MADISON, Wis. – [March 12, 2013] – Asthmapolis today announced the launch of an innovative program in Florida with Amerigroup Florida, Inc. (“Amerigroup Florida”) designed to improve the care of members with asthma. Amerigroup Florida will provide the FDA-cleared mobile health solution designed to help its […]

Study Published in PLOS ONE Highlights Improved Asthma Control and Fewer Symptoms After Using Asthmapolis System

MADISON, Wis. – [February 28, 2013] – Asthmapolis today announced featuring the system in the remote monitoring of inhaled bronchodilator use and weekly feedback about asthma management has been published in the latest issue of the scientific journal PLOS ONE (http://dx.plos.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0055335). The study found improved asthma control and a decline in day-to-day asthma symptoms for […]

Asthmapolis Wins Bluetooth Breakthrough Product Award

MADISON, Wis. – [February 26, 2013] – Asthmapolis today announced the company won the inaugural Bluetooth® Breakthrough Award in the Product Category from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). The SIG received over 300 submissions from around the world, and presented the awards during a special ceremony yesterday at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. […]

Asthma in the Movies

The Oscars were last night, and whether you  have a weakness for Daniel Day Lewis’s ability to spin yarns as Lincoln, or you prefer Hugh Jackman’s musical journey from sin to salvation, The Oscars and its celebration of film was certainly a treat. While some people go to the movies to experience something distinct from their everyday life, there’s […]

SXSW Panel on Sensor Technologies

We’re counting the days until the upcoming South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festivals – and not just because the music line-up looks incredible.  Our co-founder and CEO, David Van Sickle, will be speaking at the SXSW Interaction Panel, “Sensor Technologies: The Future of Health?” on Monday, March 11, from 3:30-4:30 PM CST. While most […]

Leveraging Data for Public Health

Big data, anonymous data, crowdsourced data – it’s no secret that we’re living in the age of data. It’s no longer a question of having enough data – instead, we must ask ourselves: do we have the right data and how will we use it? For a long time the human genome held the monopoly […]

The Importance of Your Controller Medication

Did you know taking a daily controller medication is the best way to treat the inflammation, which is causing your asthma symptoms? Remaining adherent to your controller medication schedule — how often, what time of day, and correct technique — can greatly decrease the number of times you have an asthma attack and improve your […]

Do I Really Need a Flu Shot?

YES. It’s that simple. Every year public service announcements, health care providers, pharmacies and community groups tell the nation, “Get a flu shot.” They even go so far as to tell specific populations – elderly, infants, children, pregnant women and those with asthma – to get a flu shot. And every year people, including members […]

New Year – New Asthma Plan

A new year has begun and so has the list of New Year’s Resolutions! Many of us set the list with the easily achievable resolutions at the top. For some, their New Year’s Resolutions are always a bit out of reach. But if you have asthma, getting your asthma under control should be at the […]