MELBOURNE – Adherium’s Smartinhaler has been chosen for the myAirCoach program at different sites in Europe. “The myAirCoach program is a leading initiative assessing the impact that digital health solutions, such as Smartinhaler, can have on patients in a real-world setting,” said Garth Sutherland, founder and Group CEO of Adherium, in a statement. The myAirCoach program was established in 2015 to establish whether or not home monitoring and mobile health systems can be used to reduce asthma the occurrence of asthma exacerbations. One of the main goals of the project is to help patients manage their health through user-friendly tools that will increase awareness of their clinical state, as well as the adherence and effectiveness of the medical treatment they follow. The impact of the myAirCoach program is expected to form the basis for widespread adoption of sensor-based self-management systems across the spectrum of respiratory diseases.
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