Sensor Enabled Chronic Respiratory Patient Care


chronic respiratory patient care     Published December 2017  •  Catalog no. CRP829K  •  Price US $2,850


Converging technologies are creating new ways for patients diagnosed with chronic upper respiratory illnesses to improve outcomes while avoiding external factors that may exacerbate or trigger their conditions. These complementary patient care modalities, most of which are in the early stages of adoption, hold the capability to move treatment for COPD and asthma beyond responsive dosing to predictive behaviors and avoidance over the next five years. Much of the activity and media coverage have centered on electronics – in particular, sensors that can be attached to oral inhalers to provide data capture of user dosing and adherence to drug protocols. The incorporation of wireless technologies allows this data to be sent, typically via smartphone, off-device to the caregiver, a third-party data response team or an mHealth cloud for processing via analytics and re-direction to the patients EHR file. These advances are now being joined – often combined – with technologies that include portable wireless spirometers, geographic proximity air quality monitors, acoustic-enabled condition diagnostics, and more exotic approaches that include breath analysis, breathing/speech monitoring and patient baselining. The most active collaborations have been between digital device developers and suppliers of air quality data. This is a straightforward progression in the evolution of technology-enabled inhalers and can be considered the low-hanging fruit in the ongoing effort to further enable asthma and COPD patients to improve the control of their symptoms.

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What You Will Learn

– What is the global market for sensor enabled chronic respiratory care? What does it look like now? What will it be in 2022?
– What are the respiratory patient care product strategy segments? Who are the players? What is their market presence?
– What are the major factors driving sensor enabled respiratory patient care products and services?
– What are the significant respiratory patient device connectivity platforms?
– What are the key product factors facing market sector participants?
– What are the essential design factors, technologies and market development issues for sensor enabled respiratory patient care products?
– What are the significant economic, technology, and regulatory factors affecting the market for sensor enabled respiratory devices?

Sensor Enabled Chronic Respiratory Patient Care – Summary of Contents

Executive Summary

Chronic Respiratory Patient Care

Market Segments and Indications
Disease Demographics
Morbidities and Mortality
Patient Care Market Drivers
Remote Patient Monitoring
Risk Factors

Respiratory Care Design Initiatives

Dosing Adherence
Predictive Event Monitoring
Trigger Identification
Air Quality Measurement
Air Quality Data Devices
Air by Propeller
Nuwave Sensors
Other Air Quality Players
Device Utilization Data
Off-Device Treatment Analysis

Product Factors

Patient Data Requirements
Securing Patient Data
User Interface
Patient Feedback/Training
Aftermarket Device Strategies
Dashboards & Data Management

Sensor Data Connectivity

Wireless Connectivity Strategies
Near-device Technologies
Wide Area Technologies
Data Collation & Analysis
Third-party Data Management
mHealth Cloud Platforms
Cloud DX
Other Cloud mHealth Players

Product Assessment & Analysis

Acoustic Respiratory Monitoring
Air Quality Reporting
Breath Analysis
Breathing/Speech Analysis
Inhaler Device Add-ons
Integrated Sensor Enabled Inhalers
Patient Baselining
Portable Wireless Spirometers
Sensor Enabled Spacers
Smartphone Apps

Therapeutic Segment Analysis,
Market Usage Data & Forecasts

Adult Asthma
Pediatric Asthma
Other Chronic Airway Conditions

Market Factors

Regulatory Issues
Device/Platform/Service Branding
Patient Compliance and Ease of Use
Healthcare Economics
Managed Care Initiatives

Company Profiles