3 Types of Airborne Triggers That May be Affecting Your Child’s Asthma

3 Types of Airborne Triggers That May be Affecting Your Child’s Asthma

It is reported that 80% of asthma patients have allergies to substances that can be found in the air. Because of this, minimizing exposure to airborne asthma triggers is an important part of keeping your child’s asthma symptoms under control. Today we’ll review how to keep three of the major types of airborne asthma triggers at bay in and around your home: pollution, pollen, and mold.

What to do When Your Child Refuses to Take Their Asthma Meds

What to do When Your Child Refuses to Take Their Asthma Meds

Before reading any further, the most important thing I want to get across is an acknowledgement that it can be hard to get your child to take a new medication. As a doctor I had written prescriptions countless times, explained technique to parents and the child and the importance of taking it. But until it was my own 4 year old child getting a new inhaler with a mask, I didn’t realize how hard the non-medical part could be.

Which Asthma Medication Delivery Method is Right for Your Child?

Which Asthma Medication Delivery Method is Right for Your Child?

When it comes to controlling your child’s asthma, your doctor will likely prescribe a combination of controller and rescue treatments. There are a handful of different ways to deliver both controller and rescue medication, depending on the severity of your child’s asthma symptoms and your child’s ability to take medication with proper technique. The medication delivery methods in your child’s asthma management plan will likely fall under one of four categories:

Introducing: the Tueo Health Advisory Board

Today we are pleased to introduce you to the Tueo Health Board of Advisors, a diverse group of industry leaders delivering critical insights about business and marketing strategy to our team as we complete our clinical study and prepare to bring the Tueo Health solution to market. We are fortunate to have assembled a board of individuals who believe in our mission as passionately as we do, and look forward to collaborating with each of them in the coming months.

Evidation Health and Tueo Health Partner to Quantify Outcomes in Pediatric Asthma Patients Across the U.S.

A goal to breathe easier: Tueo Health and Evidation Health initiate recruiting parents of pediatric asthma patients for a pragmatic randomized clinical study

San Mateo, CA– Oct 18, 2017 – Evidation Health and Tueo Health have partnered together to quantify the clinical impact of a digital health solution on pediatric asthma management. They have recently started to virtually enroll parents of children with asthma into a 4-month randomized clinical study that is being conducted across the U.S.

One in ten children in the United States has asthma, and the prevalence is increasing. Pediatric asthma has been difficult to manage in the past, but new digital methods of passive monitoring hold promise in enabling parents to have greater influence over managing this chronic condition. Tueo Health has created a promising digital solution that combines sensor-based nocturnal monitoring, personalized analytics, a mobile education app, and an asthma coach to assist in better self-management. They looked to Evidation Health to run a robust clinical study to prove the impact of their solution on patient outcomes. 

The research partnership brings together Tueo’s digital health solution for monitoring and aiding in-home management of pediatric asthma with Evidation Health’s technology platform, health outcomes research capabilities, and behavior data analytics expertise to accelerate and enhance pediatric asthma outcomes research.

“As a physician, I know how important it is to show that our home-based asthma management solution results in improved asthma control,” said Tueo Founder and CEO, Bronwyn Harris, MD. “Evidation Health’s technology platform makes it possible for us to quantify the impact of our solution on representative pediatric asthma populations across the nation, faster than conventional trials in medical centers. A prior study took us a year to recruit the same number of patients that we have already recruited in the first two weeks!”

“Tueo’s digital health solution will provide powerful insights into asthma management, because of the view it provides into the real life experience of patients,” said Deb Kilpatrick, CEO of at Evidation Health. “In partnering with Tueo, we are combining our areas of expertise to deepen the understanding of pediatric asthma and the families who struggle with it, while optimizing truly novel interventions that will drive better patient outcomes.”

About Evidation Health

Evidation Health helps healthcare companies quantify outcomes in the digital era, with real life data from connected patients. The company developed its Real Life Study Platform to accelerate and enhance outcomes research through large-scale virtualized pragmatic trials– collecting novel digital signals and measuring the impact of digital health and traditional interventions far more efficiently than conventional approaches. Evidation Health works across the healthcare ecosystem with top pharmaceutical companies, payers, providers, and digital healthcare companies. Evidation Health is a privately held company headquartered in San Mateo, CA. For more information, visit www.evidation.com.

About Tueo Health

Tueo Health is a San Francisco-based company that has built a digital health solution to empower families to take better control of asthma management. The first Tueo solution is based on passive nocturnal monitoring, a mobile app, and targeted coaching and education, making it non-invasive and easy to use. Tueo won the Judge’s Choice award of the Plug and Play Tech Center Summer Summit 2017 and is part of the Stanford StartX Accelerator Program. More information on Tueo can be found at: www.tueohealth.com.


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