Turn subjective data
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into objective insights
With Propeller, chronic respiratory patients are healthier,For asthma: 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.
triage is faster, and time spent in-clinic is more meaningful and productive.
Propeller’s FDA-cleared and CE-marked sensors attach to a patient’s inhaler and passively record medication use. Bluetooth or cellular connectivity transmits data to Propeller’s cloud for aggregation, analysis, and sharing.
Sensor data is sent to the Propeller mobile app or online portal, empowering patients to learn about their breathing and triggers while delivering personalized, motivating journeys that build healthy habits.
Via an EHR integration or our Clinician Portal, monitor your patients’ medication use and control status while gaining a clearer understanding of their symptoms and triggers.
Our patient success team ensures users receive personalized support and coaching to help them confidently navigate the platform, stay focused on their goals, and take control of their breathing.
Propeller sets the standard in scientific proof, with more than 150 peer-reviewed abstracts and publications.
improved medication adherenceVan Sickle et al., (2016). Randomized, controlled study of the impact of a mobile health tool on
asthma SABA use, control and adherence. 2016. Abstract presented at the European Respiratory Society
less asthma-related rescue useMerchant et al., (2016). Effectiveness of population health management using the propeller health asthma platform: a randomized clinical trial. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract
reduction in COPD healthcare utilizationAlshabani et al., (2019). J. Electronic Inhaler Monitoring and Healthcare Utilization in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Telemedicine and Telecare
reduction in asthma healthcare utilizationMerchant et al., (2018). Impact of a Digital Health Intervention on Asthma Resource Utilization. WAOJ
Put Propeller to work for your clinic
Propeller enables health systems and clinics to enhance patient care with potential for reimbursement through Remote Physiologic Monitoring (RPM) or Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM) programs for eligible chronic patients.
Our solution for remote monitoring programs consists of inhaler sensors with cellular hub for connectivity to capture patient medication use data, an optional patient mobile app or web portal for patient self-management, and a web-based clinician portal for care teams to access monitored patients’ health and adherence data to help make informed treatment decisions.
Patient data integrates with leading EHRs to inform clinical teams on treatment adjustments and prevent costly exacerbations — all within your native workflow.
We have FHIR integrations with Cerner® as part of the Cerner® CODE program and with Epic® through Redox. With EHR integration, you can enroll a patient in as little as two minutes and work within your clinical workflow.
New collaboration will integrate Propeller’s platform with UC Davis Health’s electronic health record system to efficiently provide clinicians data on patient’s disease management
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — UC Davis Health and Propeller Health have announced a new collaboration that will offer personalized treatment for high-risk patients with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) aiming to improve their health outcomes.
As part of the collaboration, UC Davis Health will provide the Propeller program – including sensors, mobile app, web portal, and personalized support – to eligible patients, with eventual expansion to patients in other UC locations and UC affiliates. The sensors attach to a patient’s inhaler to capture unique signals that record events, such as medication usage or respiration. This data will be transmitted directly to UC Davis Health’s Epic® electronic health record (EHR) system to support patient enrollment and remote patient monitoring via single sign-on.
It’s no secret that health systems are feeling strained, with 47% of physicians experiencing symptoms of clinician burnout.1 An overwhelming amount of clinical data, jam-packed days with little time to connect with patients, and a lengthy list of responsibilities are leaving healthcare professionals feeling drained.
Clinician exhaustion can lead to reduced job satisfaction, increased turnover, and a decrease in the quality of care provided to patients. But burnout isn’t only harmful to teams — it can also cause financial strain on health systems. According to a study by the Annals of Internal Medicine, clinician exhaustion accumulates approximately $4.6 billion in costs due to turnover and reduced clinic hours.2
But when health systems use digital tools the right way, they can reduce the risk of clinician burnout and increase patient care coordination.
Today marks an incredible milestone: Propeller Health’s 13th birthday. What began as a quest to solve a public health problem has turned into a global precision digital health company driving meaningful, measurable change in the industry.
Recognizing early on that creating value for all parties in health – health systems, clinicians, payers, and pharmaceutical companies – is essential in order to drive sustainable change, we’ve spent the past 13 years pioneering innovative solutions that always keep the patient at the center. Our story is one of hard work, dedication, collaboration, and above all, a mission to uplift every person living with a chronic disease so they can breathe easier, stay healthier, and live better lives.
Propeller was founded on the heels of a then-mysterious string of asthma attacks in Barcelona in the 1980s. It took 8 years for experts to identify soybean dust – not yet recognized as an allergen – as the trigger. One CDC disease detective envisioned a better way to monitor public health: by using technology to track medication usage and symptoms. With this mission, Propeller was born.
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