LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Digital therapeutics company Revon Systems is partnering with Humana on a pilot for a select population of Medicare Advantage members diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. “We are pleased to work with Humana on their Bold Goal to reduce chronic disease by 20% by 2020,” said Ted Smith, CEO of Revon Systems, in a statement. “We know that COPD can be a challenge for patients to manage, and we hope that Revon’s Smart Symptom Tracker technology will result in more Healthy Days for the participating members.” The pilot will use Revon’s Smart Symptom Tracker mobile app and the free Breathe COPD Resource Kit, which contains a pulse oximeter and thermometer. The app features a self-triage function intended to guide members toward the right level of care. The program seeks to evaluate the impact of digital therapies on clinical and business outcomes.
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