Globally there are 300 million people with asthma, making it one of the most common long-term conditions. myAsthma provides 24 hour self-management, education and expert advice to patients with adult asthma.
myAsthma is our first app to incorporate Symptonet technology. Symptonet is our AI engine that assists patients in managing their condition based on their symptoms, type of asthma and health checks e.g. if the Symptonet detects a patient is using their rescue inhaler 3 or more times a week it will send them a prompt. Symptonet drives the patient annual review and other health checks, sends reminders on inhaler instruction, known triggers etc. actively managing the patient to deliver better outcomes.
myAsthma brings you the world's first online self-management app helping you to achieve the very best control. Built by asthma experts with patients, myAsthma puts you in control like never before.
A complete educational course to help you manage your asthma.
Inhaler technique training
Learn how to take your inhalers correctly using our unique set of inhaler videos. My asthma contains videos for every inhaler device (and spacer). Access to these has been shown to correct 98% of inhaler errors.
Online peak flow and symptom tracking
The peak flow and symptoms diary allows you to track your morning and evening peak flow, alongside your day and night time symptoms.
View your lung function and upload reports using the lung function tile. Monitor trends of your lung function over time using the reports button.
Symptom and assessment tracking
myAsthma collects your daily symptoms and stores them in a report, so you can keep track of how well your asthma is controlled.
Weather, Pollution and pollen forecasting
Weather, pollution and pollen can all impact on your symptoms, you can view the latest reports and guidance for your current location.
The myAsthma action plan allows you to understand what medication to take and when. Patients who use an action plan, have been shown to have fewer asthma attacks and are 4 times less likely to be admitted to hospital with their asthma. Action plans help you understand the signs and symptoms that show your asthma is getting worse, and how to adjust your medication.
- What is Asthma?
- Symptoms Overview
- Medication Introduction
- Reliever & Preventer Inhalers
- Long Acting & Combination Inhalers
- SMART or MART Inhalers
- Leukotriene Medication
- Theophylline Medication
- Brochial Thermoplasty
- Anti IGE Medication
- Asthma Attacks
- Smoking Cessation
- Asthma Triggers
- Coping with Stress
myAsthma allows you to manage your patient population like never before.
Manage your patient population
The patient dashboard shows you which patients are under your care, their current symptoms and ACT score.
Improving health care efficiency
View your patients on the local geography using the map function, enabling you to manage your community team efficiently prioritising patients most at need.
Locate and view your patients profile either using the clinical dashboard or via the map function.
The patient profile page allows you to instantly view key aspects of your patients asthma profile. You can change their asthma medication, view your medication selection against national guidelines and update their key details to deliver their annual review. Anything you update on the profile, updates your patients myAsthma platform - change their inhaler device? This instantly delivers the new medication to the medication diary, updates their action plan and adds the relevant inhaler video to their device.
Upload and view previous spirometry for your patient and track their pulmonary function over time, in reports.
Real time patient symptom tracking
The reports function allows you to track their symptoms and assessments in real time.
View your prescriptions against national guidelines, check medication conflicts and assess overall monthly cost of your prescription. Use the inhaler video tab to update yourself on inhaler education, on all inhaler devices, or use the video button to deliver education to the patient at their community or clinic visit.