BreezoMeter has teamed up with Eric Klos of DailyBreath to deliver an exclusive webinar on improving patient outcomes with environmental health insights. Make sure you register your free place by September, 30th!
Why We're Holding this Webinar
The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has had a transformative impact on the delivery of healthcare to patients and the importance of symptom tracking in the context of respiratory diseases. It's essential that managing exposure to environmental triggers plays a role in chronic disease management.
In the time of COVID-19, patients, especially those with chronic diseases, have been ‘forced’ to embrace self-care to better manage their conditions as they find it more difficult to see their health providers in person.
For treatment providers, this adds to an already challenging task of supporting patients with chronic disease management and improving outcomes. On the other hand, the new normal has served to further the patient’s perception that health is personal. More and more, patients are seeking solutions that recognize personalized health, and precision medicine – i.e. 'treatment that's configured for me'.
What We Will Talk About?
In our upcoming webinar we will be joined by Eric Klos, innovator of DailyBreath, a mobile app that helps those with allergies and asthma pinpoint triggers one symptom at a time, to discuss how understanding which environmental breathing hazards (e.g. air pollution, pollen) trigger symptoms for patients, guided the development of the personal asthma warning system in order to help chronic respiratory disease sufferers better manage their conditions over time. In an in depth discussion with the digital health expert we will dive into the following:
1. Why Environmental Factors Have Been Long Ignored
Historically, environmental issues have been considered too complex, and the challenges encountered when attempting to integrate environmental data into digital health solutions may confirm this historic stance. Data that lacks specificity and granularity doesn’t sufficiently inform or empower those affected to take action, leading to gaps in chronic disease management.
2. Challenges Facing Digital Healthcare Companies in 2020
We'll talk about the challenges encountered on the road to providing a digital health solution that is effective and engaging, and personalized for each patient. Eric will take us through his own journey to better serve chronic respiratory disorder sufferers and the obstacles he has faced.
3. Environmental Insights and the Future of Digital Healthcare
The end goal is improved patient engagement, improved disease management, better health outcomes and richer clinical research. Eric and BreezoMeter's in-house digital health industry expert Tamir Kessel will dive into what they have learned from a personal and industry related perspective and provide their insights as to what lies ahead, and what is possible when we can uncover the environmental breathing hazards (e.g. air pollution, pollen) that trigger symptoms for patients.
At the end of the webinar session, we will turn the microphone over to you. We will hold a live Q&A session with host and digital health expert Tamir Kessel and our featured guest Eric Klos where you can direct any and all questions you have regarding the digital health industry and environmental insights straight to the experts.
About The Speakers
Tamir Kessel, BreezoMeter
Tamir is a multicultural growth leader with experience in Business Development and Consulting Management in technology multinationals and start-ups. Tamir has led and consulted on many critical enterprise transformation projects, and is an expert in the applications of environmental data to health insights.
Eric Kloss, DailyBreath
Inspired to address environmental factors as a determinant of health for vulnerable populations, Eric has spent more than 10,000 hours in the domain of environmental factors and respiratory conditions. He has quickly become a thought leader in understanding the impact of weather and environmental exposures on respiratory patients. Uniting patient education and engagement related to exposure trigger awareness, avoidance, and reduction, he aims to support asthma management and control, reduce the asthma burden, and improve the overall quality of life for those with asthma and their caregivers.
To learn more, register for the upcoming event below. We look forward to seeing you!