May 7, 2020
Written by

Luke Marshall, PhD

VitalFlo Launches Partnership with Allergy & Asthma Network

Raleigh, NC: VitalFlo, a digital health company focused on remote monitoring for patients with chronic respiratory disease, announced a partnership with Allergy & Asthma Network. VitalFlo will be providing remote physiological monitoring tools and technology to enhance the Network’s new Telehealth Coach Program.

This new service, with over 25 certified asthma educators at program start, will be made available to Allergy & Asthma Network’s over 2 million members.

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Through the partnership, VitalFlo is helping the Network’s asthma coaches deliver better care and education with technology solutions for remote monitoring of client lung function, symptoms and air quality. VitalFlo’s technology will be deployed to support the Telehealth Coach Program in the following ways:

  • Clinical decision support: data visualization tools for the asthma educators
  • Provider-Patient communication: end-to-end encrypted messaging to facilitate coaching and feedback
  • Remote spirometry: Clinical-quality pulmonary function testing from home
  • Indoor air quality monitoring: Small indoor units to help assess indoor environment and quantify remediation progress

The Telehealth Coach Program was launched May 5, 2020 in celebration of World Asthma Day. For more information, please visit the Allergy & Asthma Network website.

About VitalFlo: VitalFlo is a digital health company based in Raleigh, NC. Founded in 2017, VitalFlo has grown quickly by partnering with the nation’s leading respiratory research institutions and primary care providers. VitalFlo is the recipient of a National Science Foundation Phase I & II SBIR, the NC IDEA Seed Grant, and a participant in Techstars Impact 2019.

About Allergy & Asthma Network: Founded in 1985, Allergy & Asthma Network is the leading nonprofit organization whose mission is to end the needless death and suffering due to asthma, allergies and related conditions through outreach, education, advocacy and research. The Network has more than 2 million members, including patients, families and healthcare providers.

Written by

Luke Marshall, PhD