There is a need to improve outcomes in chronic respiratory disease, tackle inequalities in outcomes, and streamline data collection and reporting. Living With’s suite of respiratory products provide a personalised and motivating approach to chronic condition management, reducing administration time and increasing resource availability.
Respiratory disease is the UK’s 3rd leading cause of death, with many people suffering from disabling chronic respiratory symptoms. Patients needing pulmonary rehab are not referred in a timely manner, and PR treatment completion rates are very poor.
Asthma patients are often over-prescribed SABA inhalers, which is associated with: an increased risk of harm to patients, increased costs, and perpetuating unsustainable practises due to their carbon footprint.
A standalone or buildable product containing condition-specific programmes, such as lifestyle and breathing exercise guidance for those living with BPD.
A product for monitoring and managing respiratory conditions, including severe asthma and controlling the use of SABA inhalers.
Personalised pre-hab treatment for lung cancer patients to increase survival rates and management.
These are modular and personalised new products that are buildable dependent on conditions, and provide personalised treatment programmes.
- Reduce administrative time through streamlining data collection and reporting.
- Increase capacity within services to reduce waiting times and improve outcomes.
- Increased, timely completion of pulmonary rehab interventions to improve disease outcomes.
- Reduction in demand on primary care by improving self-management through a range of personalised and patient-specific treatment programmes.
- Improved patient experience and health through short, regular, remote therapist reviews in a manner that’s convenient to patients, leading to better, more sustainable patient self-management.
- Clinical time savings as average weekly patient reviews are only 3 minutes.
- Improved identification and addressing of health inequalities.