Due to the hazardous conditions veterans, especially deployed veterans, were exposed to, they are more likely to develop COPD or Asthma than the general population.
Asthma and COPD can bring high costs to health insurance payers. Hospitalizations, prescriptions, office visits, and emergency room care costs can exceed $40 Billion each year year.
Nightingale empowers users to understand their lung function and take care into their own hands, allowing them to manage symptoms better. Our program offers telehealth appointments with respiratory therapists, an app to track symptoms and medications, and ADAMM, a wearable device that monitors asthma symptoms.
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Our mission is to give veterans with asthma or COPD peace of mind. Nightingale allows them to monitor, manage, improve, and continue live their best life.
Users can pair ADAMM with the app to view their last 24 hours of symptoms in an easy-to-digest dashboard provides insights at a glance.
Users can track notes about how they’re feeling in the digital journal to recognize trends and potential triggers.
Nightingale members won’t miss a dose of medication again. Our app sends reminders and notifications to the user’s phone!
Once a doctor and patient have established a treatment plan, they are able to upload it to the app for future reference and reminders!
Yearly per person Nightingale expenses only total to $X, saving you $X in comparison to traditional respiratory therapy options.
Nightingale treatment reduces hospital wait times and is able to access those with decreased mobility. At- home appointments are quicker and more efficient, saving you from unnecessary healthcare costs.
With wearable integration, Respiratory therapists are able to deliver personalized care. Improved lung function decreases the likelihood of emergency room care and hospital readmission, saving you thousands!
ADAMM provides Intelligent Asthma Management™ – automating management, increasing adherence and identifying precursor symptoms much earlier – giving caregivers peace of mind and improving asthmatics’ quality of life.