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Untapped: How remote therapeutic monitoring could reduce respiratory health disparities in older patients

Digital health programs are a proven solution for patients with chronic respiratory diseases such as COPD, demonstrating improved adherence to therapy and decreased hospitalizations. Until now, lack of reimbursement has limited access to these programs for one of the populations most impacted by chronic respiratory conditions: older people. Could CMS’ new remote therapeutic monitoring codes tip the scales in their favor?

Explore the new landscape for access and engagement, including physician attitudes toward remote care and recent uptake of technology, as well as hurdles to achieving better outcomes for older patients–such as poverty, comorbidities, low healthcare utilization, broadband access and tech literacy.

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Digital Health for Underserved Populations: Barriers and Progress

Digital health programs have great potential to improve patient outcomes, but access to digital care is not equitably distributed. Underserved populations, including patients with low income and patients of color, face a number of hurdles despite standing to benefit most from digital health interventions. There are individual barriers, such as difficulty accessing the Internet or affording medications, let alone digital health devices. But there are also structural barriers on a nationwide scale, from low reimbursement for preventive digital care to a reliance on employer-sponsored health plans to offer digital programs. In this webinar, we’ll explore the current landscape of digital health for underserved populations, share findings from Propeller programs serving these populations, and host a panel discussion on the existing gaps and opportunities to expand access for all.

Dr. Meredith Barrett of Propeller and ResMed will moderate a panel discussion with Andrey Ostrovsky, MD, a physician at Children’s National Hospital and former chief medical officer of Medicaid, Linda Hotchkiss, MD, a psychiatrist and former medical director at Anthem, and Theresa Guilbert, MD, a pediatric pulmonologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. 

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An Overview of the 2020 Asthma Management Guidelines

Tuesday, February 9

11:00 a.m pst - 12:00 p.m pst

The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)’s asthma management guidelines play an important role in guiding clinicians in the treatment of asthma. It has been 13 years since the NHLBI has released an update of their guidelines, and during this webinar, we will be providing an overview of these new recommendations. 

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How Digital Inhalers Can Reveal the Impact of Air Quality on Clinical Outcome

Tuesday, October 20th

11:00 am pst / 2:00 pm est

Dr. Joan Casey from Columbia University and Dr. Meredith Barrett of Propeller Health and ResMed will discuss their peer-reviewed findings on how the closure or regulation of coal-fired power plants in the Louisville, KY area led to a significant reduction in air pollutants, as well as improvements in health outcomes for nearby residents with asthma.

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Growing the Leading Asthma and COPD Management Solution

Wednesday, September 23rd

10:00am pst / 1:00pm est

Jennifer Johns, VP of Strategic Accounts for Propeller, joins Redox’s
Sarah Bottjen for a conversation about growing the Propeller solution
with patients and providers and the challenges and best practices of marketing a digital health solution.

In this conversation you will learn:

  • the origins of Propeller and how the company identified need in the market for their solution,
  • how 2020 has impacted Propeller’s approach to patient care and delivery,
  • an overview of how Propeller is impacting the patient and provider experience.

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09/07/2020 - 09/09/2020

Virtual European Respiratory Society International Congress

ERS is “a scientific society with a global view and a political mindset that is essential in continuing to raise the profile of respiratory medicine with partner societies worldwide.” The annual Congress typically has over 20,000 attendees, and this year will be located in Vienna, Austria. Propeller will participate in ResMed’s connected solutions symposia as well as the “Innovations to transform COPD and Asthma” symposia. 

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Digital Heath as Preventive Medicine Webinar

11:00 a.m pst - 12:00 p.m pst

Patient non-adherence to medication for asthma and COPD costs the U.S. healthcare system billions of dollars every year. When patients don’t take their controller medications regularly, they’re more likely to suffer from exacerbations, leading to ER visits and hospitalization and driving up significant costs for preventable complications.

Our hosts, Dr. Linda Hotchkiss, former managing medical director at Anthem, and Dr. David Stempel, SVP of Clinical and Medical Affairs for Propeller Heath, will discuss how health plans and healthcare providers can partner to implement a digital health program that drives patient medication adherence, improves patient engagement in preventative health, and lowers healthcare costs related to unnecessary utilization

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Lessons From Hospital Leaders: Responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic

We’re proud to sponsor the webinar, Lessons from Hospital Leaders, hosted by US News on June 10. Peter Slavin, President of Massachusetts General Hospital, will have a discussion with U.S. News Editorial Director Brian Kelly about how the Boston-based medical center has navigated the coronavirus pandemic and insights on the road ahead. Hear about new opportunities for telehealth, managing staffing and supply-chain needs, embracing innovation and more.

The virtual event is an extension of U.S. News Healthcare of Tomorrow, a forum for the nation’s top hospital and healthcare leaders to share solutions on navigating the policy changes, societal shifts and technological advances impacting the industry.

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Remote Care during COVID-19

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology has become an indispensable tool for keeping in contact with healthy patients and identifying those in need of intervention. In this webinar, allergist and digital health expert Tania Elliott, MD, will offer strategies and tips for the remote monitoring of at-risk populations, including patients with asthma or COPD.

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