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Healthier members.Mosnaim et al., (2021). The Impact of Patient Self-Monitoring Via Electronic Medication Monitor and Mobile App Plus Remote Clinician Feedback on Adherence to Inhaled Corticosteroids: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. *Healthier days defined as days without SABA use.,Chen et al., (2019). Passive monitoring of short-acting beta-agonist use via digital platform in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: quality improvement retrospective analysis. JMIR. *Healthier days defined as days without SABA use.
Happier physicians.
Lower costs.Busse et al. (2022) Insights from the AUSTRI study on reliever use before and after asthma exacerbations. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract


Propeller improves chronic respiratory members’ quality of life, reduces healthcare utilization,Merchant et al., (2018). Impact of a Digital Health Intervention on Asthma Resource Utilization. WAOJ,Alshabani et al., (2019). J. Electronic Inhaler Monitoring and Healthcare Utilization in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Telemedicine and Telecare and lowers the cost of care3 — at scale.

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The FDA-cleared Propeller Platform is proven to improve the outcomes that matter most to payers — across all key demographics and socioeconomic groups including pediatrics, Medicare, and Medicaid populations, and historically underserved populations.

35% and 57% reduction in healthcare utilization for COPD and asthma patients, respectively

Potential cost savings up to $4,000 per patient* through reduced healthcare utilization based on behavioral changes and proactive interventions

Propeller gives you the data you need to:

Predict and prevent costly exacerbations.

Predictive analytics gives us the data needed to power proactive interventions and reduce the rate of emergency care, hospitalizations, and readmissions.

Support members as they develop healthy habits.

Personalized, motivating patient journeys include disease education plus continuous support. Adherence and rescue trends come together to drive real, sustainable behavior change.

Help ensure patients are receiving the right treatment.

Objective data on medication adherence and rescue inhaler use provide the insights needed to ensure members are receiving the most appropriate and cost-effective therapy.

Members love Propeller5,,


found in-app reports useful for condition management


were satisfied with the Propeller platform

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Health plans (payers) and pharmacy benefits managers (PBMs) can integrate Propeller digital health solutions into their existing care management or population health initiatives.


Solutions can be adapted for fee-for-service or value-based care models. In either model, patients are supported with engagement tools (Propeller inhaler sensor and mobile app/web portal) and support from Propeller’s virtual care team; clinicians are empowered with objective patient medication use data via Propeller’s web-based clinician portal to inform patient care and make data-driven treatment decisions.



*Lower costs statements based on demonstrated lower utilization of healthcare services.Merchant et al., (2018). Impact of a Digital Health Intervention on Asthma Resource Utilization. WAOJ,Alshabani et al., (2019). J. Electronic Inhaler Monitoring and Healthcare Utilization in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Telemedicine and Telecare

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The Promise of Digital Health: Then, Now, and the Future

From the increased development of personalized therapeutics to the growing adoption of telemedicine, digital innovation has been applied to nearly every aspect of patient care and human health.

In a special publication with the National Academy of Medicine, Propeller Health and ResMed’s VP of Population Health Research, Meredith Barrett – alongside several luminaries in healthcare such as leaders from UCSF, Blue Shield of California, The Scripps Research Institute, and more – provides a comprehensive review of digital health solutions and identifies critical implementation opportunities including: 

Why payer digital transformation matters now more than ever

In an evolving healthcare landscape, payers have the unique opportunity to reimagine how they deliver care services and keep their members engaged, especially those with chronic conditions such as asthma and COPD.

During the pandemic, when providers, payers and health plan members required alternative solutions to traditional in-person care, options for virtual care and digital health technologies became more widely accepted – and grew exponentially. Now, many industry experts anticipate this shift will last, particularly as healthcare consumer expectations continue to grow.1

Health equity through value-based care: wishful thinking or digital health future?

In our latest blog post hosted by HLTH, Propeller Health’s General Manager, Susa Monacelli, dives deep into what it really means to leverage digital health for value-based care and how those approaches can be applied toward achieving health equity.

Digital therapeutics for chronic conditions such as asthma and COPD have been proven to deliver clinical and financial outcomes. Platforms that combine medical devices, consumer apps, clinical data for provider monitoring, and patient engagement and coaching are effective in promoting better health outcomes. These outcomes, including improvements in medication adherence, ER visits and hospitalization, have been demonstrated in a variety of patient populations from pediatric to geriatric to those historically underserved

However, realizing these outcomes at scale, while ensuring health equity in access, affordability and health improvements requires a different approach. This entails precise, patient-centric interventions that must be personalized based on social and cultural determinants, demographics, learning and decision styles, disease stage and motivations. By shifting the focus toward using digital health to enable data-driven behavior change, providers and payers will not only be able to sustainably deliver on value-based care for patients, but also apply their learnings more broadly to promote health equity.

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