About Us

Uplifting lives with
every breath

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Propeller Health is a precision digital health company on a mission to uplift every person living with chronic disease so they can take control of their health and live a better life. We power motivating, care-connected patient journeys and unify value for all stakeholders providers, health systems, payers, and life sciences.

The Propeller Platform includes FDA-cleared and CE-marked medical devices, consumer apps, support, and secure access to clinical data for provider monitoring. Our precision approach motivates behavior change and tracks patient adherence that enables medication optimization, helping predict costly exacerbations. We set the scientific standard in digital-first chronic respiratory care through our peer-reviewed research demonstrating improved quality of life and clinical outcomes while lowering healthcare costs.

As a wholly owned subsidiary of ResMed, Propeller brings broad respiratory care expertise, digital therapeutic coverage, and scale globally.


Precision Digital Health

Our precision approach combines personalized interactions with targeted interventions to change the attitudes and behaviors that make each patient unique.

We power motivating patient journeys that uplift lives and unify value for clinicians, health systems, payers, and life sciences.

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Executive Leadership Team

Susa Monacelli Susa Monacelli
General Manager
Ian Thomas
Ian Thomas
EVP, Operations and Technology
Yury Rozenman
Yury Rozenman
SVP, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences
Chris Fickle
Chris Fickle
SVP, Healthcare Partnerships
VJ Bala
VJ Bala
SVP, Marketing
Annie Lorenzo
VP, Professional Services
Ted Burns
VP, Product
Jack Edwards
Jack Edwards
VP, Software and Data Engineering
Meredith Barrett
Meredith Barrett
VP, Science and Research
Jason Gorman
Jason Gorman
VP, Quality, Regulatory Affairs and Compliance
Maliha Afzal
Senior People Business Partner
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Featured Resources

MobiHealthNews | GPS mapping for asthma triggers
“’Established risk factors for asthma do not explain its global prevalence patterns and time trends,’says Van Sickle. ‘Studies of epidemic asthma have demonstrated that understanding the locations where asthma exacerbations occur can help identify important new exposures.’”
American Journal of Nursing | NewsCAP: An asthma inhaler equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) capability
“An asthma inhaler equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) capability could allow researchers to track when and where asthma attacks occur-and reveal previously unknown environmental triggers and hot spots.”
Advance | On the Lookout for New Asthma Tools
“New technology that can track symptoms and medication dosages anytime and anywhere has the potential to usher asthma management into the emerging mobile information society.”