The Asthma Remote Health Pathway has been developed to allow remote monitoring of severe or difficult to control asthma patients by their specialist respiratory nurse / consultant, to enable:

  • Early identification of severe asthma patients and timely clinical review for those in most need, based on alerts created by defined objective measures.
  • Patients treated with biologic therapies – demonstrate effectiveness / capture improvement and titrate based on objective measures. 
  • Improved care for those at most risk of exacerbation / A&E attendances by promoting self-management strategies and adherence to asthma action plan.
Asthma Service

We hope clinicians and patients find the Inhealthcare Asthma Service simple and easy to use and it helps people understand their asthma and better manage their symptoms.  

The Inhealthcare system reviews responses and readings providing immediate feedback and advice specific to the patient helping them manage their symptoms in line with the Asthma UK Action Plan.


The Remote Health Monitoring Onboarding Process guide supports clinicians to onboard patients to the Inhealthcare remote monitoring Asthma Service.


The Asthma Pathway Operational Guide supports clinicians to understand patient alerts, the automated advice they receive,  including rational and considerations.


The Asthma Service using Inhealthcare guide helps clinicians understand how patients use the Inhealthcare remote monitoring Asthma Service. 


The Asthma Remote Health Pathway flow is a visual resource showing the user journey to help clinicians support patients with the remote monitoring of asthma.


Although developed for patients, this resource is useful for clinicians supporting the use of the Asthma Service Remote Health Pathway:

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