The objectives were to clearly identify the needs and management behaviors of asthma sufferers, to assess their interest in digital support tools, and clarify differences in symptom control both across and within cohorts of these individuals.
Within one week, Evidation was able to quickly recruit over 14,000 individuals with asthma from its 4.2 million member base via its dedicated app. By tracking and recording person-generated health data (PGHD), Evidation was able to identify and describe target patients based on real world behaviors and disease impact.
Evidation’s research demonstrated distinct differences in symptom control that were not captured by traditional real world evidence.
We identified real world behaviors and disease impact measures that split based on condition severity and treatment choice.
While 47% of the 1705 asthma sufferers surveyed wanted to share their respiratory symptoms with their healthcare providers, the vast majority (82%) do not currently keep track of them.
In under one week, Evidation was able to create and permission data from a cohort of over 14,000 asthma sufferers from our 4.2 million member community
Person-generated health data (PGHD) provides deep, actionable insights that can help individuals on the right treatment in a timely fashion.
Evidation works across a broad spectrum of therapeutic areas delivering one of the most diverse populations of engaged individuals who are interested in better health outcomes.
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