28 March 2017
Digital Health pioneers my mhealth have teamed up with LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor to deliver the myAsthma app to their patients.
myAsthma is a comprehensive management app that enables patients to learn more about their condition, receive expert education and learn how to take their medication correctly, every time and much much more. The myAsthma app links to a clinical dashboard that will enable the LloydsPharmacy Online Doctors to manage their patients at both an individual and a population level.
Simon Bourne CEO my mhealth, commented: "This is an exciting opportunity to link our NHS endorsed mobile health apps with a GP online service. This provides a convenient way for patients to both self manage their condition and receive help from a qualified GP, at a time that suits them."
Andy Sloman MD LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor, commented: "We are proud to work with my mhealth to empower our patients to take further control of their health. The myAsthma app is a fantastic tool to enhance the expert care our doctors provide, and support our patients in the management of their asthma.”
About LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor
LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor is a doctor-led initiative providing safe and reliable remote online healthcare to anyone in the UK. Our patient-centred model of healthcare allows patients to tailor care around their schedule, and increases access for harder-to-reach patient groups. As the first ever online healthcare organisation to register with the government regulator of healthcare – the Care Quality Commission – we pride ourselves on our pioneer status and work constantly to expand the boundaries of personalised healthcare.
About my mhealth
my mhealth is a leading mobile health company based in Dorset, UK. They specialise in the delivery of applications for patients to manage their medical condition, and for clinicians to remotely manage, education and rehabilitate patients at both an individual and population level. my mhealth currently have apps for Diabetes, Asthma, COPD and Heart Failure, Pulmonary and Cardiac Rehabilitation; with more following soon.