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Louisville	  Asthma	  Data	  Innova2on	  Project	  David	  Van	  Sickle,	  PhD	  |	  CEO,	  Asthmapolis	  Reimagining	  Di...
25	  MILLION	  HAVE	  ASTHMA	  IN	  U.S.	  >60	  PERCENT	  ARE	  UNCONTROLLED	  80	  PERCENT	  OF	  UNCONTROLLED	  SAY	  T...
+	  Transmits	  data	  +	  Educates	  +	  Reminds	  and	  	  	  	  alerts	  MOBILE	  	  sensor	  +	  AutomaEc	  +	  Passiv...
resulted	  in	  an	  innovaEve	  ecosystem	  
 	  	  	  	  	  CiEzen-­‐powered	  recruitment	  through	  
(Courtesy	  of	  Dr.	  LaQuandra	  NesbiN,	  Louisville	  Metro	  Public	  Health)	  Enrollment	  by	  Zip	  Code	  and	  ...
BeNer	  Reduced	  Rescue	  Inhaler	  Use	  	  
BeNer	  Reduced	  Rescue	  Inhaler	  Use	  	  
Louisville	  inhaler	  events,	  by	  day	  Summer	   Fall	   Winter	  0	  20	  40	  60	  80	  100	  120	  140	  0	  0.1	 ...
4. Build model against background sample5. Extrapolate predicted inhaler events intoall geographic locations in our Metro6...
Probability	  of	  Inhaler	  Use	  Predicted	  by	  Model	  Before&interven+on
Probability	  of	  Inhaler	  Use	  Predicted	  by	  Model	  A"er%interven*on%(10%%reduc*on%in%PM)
Louisville	  Asthma	  Data	  Innova2on	  Project	  David	  Van	  Sickle,	  PhD	  |	  CEO,	  Asthmapolis	  Reimagining	  Di...
Reduced	  Rescue	  Inhaler	  Use	  	  
PRIVACY	  
Health Datapalooza 2013: Apps Expo City of Louisville & Asthmapolis
Health Datapalooza 2013: Apps Expo City of Louisville & Asthmapolis
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Health Datapalooza 2013: Apps Expo City of Louisville & Asthmapolis

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Health Datapalooza IV: June 3rd-4th, 2013
APPS EXPO LIVE DEMOS
Tuesday June 4, 2013 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Location: Ambassador Ballroom

Asthmapolis and the City of Louisville launched an innovative program to improve asthma
management among residents and provide officials with valuable information about the burden
of asthma. Preliminary analyses show the program significantly increased participant’s asthma
free days and reduced use of their rescue inhalers. In addition, a variety of environmental
exposures are associated with the development of asthma symptoms, information that can now
inform the city’s public health strategy. This demo reviews the technology, shows how both City
and residents put it to work and reveals our learning about its benefits for care and public health
understanding of asthma.

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Health Datapalooza 2013: Apps Expo City of Louisville & Asthmapolis

  1. 1. Louisville  Asthma  Data  Innova2on  Project  David  Van  Sickle,  PhD  |  CEO,  Asthmapolis  Reimagining  Digital  Health  to  Develop  a  Community-­‐Level  InformaEon  System  Ted  Smith,  PhD  |  Chief  InnovaEon  Officer,  The  City  of  Louisville,  KY  
  2. 2. 25  MILLION  HAVE  ASTHMA  IN  U.S.  >60  PERCENT  ARE  UNCONTROLLED  80  PERCENT  OF  UNCONTROLLED  SAY  THEY’RE  DOING  FINE  ANNUAL  HEALTHCARE  COST  $50  BILLION  7.7%  2010  PREVALENCE  8.4%  2012  10M  HOSPITALIZATIONS  ED  VISITS  OFFICE  VISITS  MISSED  DAYS  SCHOOL/WORK  2M  500K  25M
  3. 3. +  Transmits  data  +  Educates  +  Reminds  and        alerts  MOBILE    sensor  +  AutomaEc  +  Passive          data  collecEon  +  Tracks  when,        where  and  how        much  medicine  PERSONAL  ONLINE  account  +  Improved  Adherence  +  Asthma  Control  PERSONAL  ONLINE    app.hub    account  SNAP-­‐ON    
  4. 4. resulted  in  an  innovaEve  ecosystem  
  5. 5.            CiEzen-­‐powered  recruitment  through  
  6. 6. (Courtesy  of  Dr.  LaQuandra  NesbiN,  Louisville  Metro  Public  Health)  Enrollment  by  Zip  Code  and  Asthma  HospitalizaEon  Rate    
  7. 7. BeNer  Reduced  Rescue  Inhaler  Use    
  8. 8. BeNer  Reduced  Rescue  Inhaler  Use    
  9. 9. Louisville  inhaler  events,  by  day  Summer   Fall   Winter  0  20  40  60  80  100  120  140  0  0.1  0.2  0.3  0.4  0.5  0.6  0.7  0.8  0.9  1  8/1/2012   9/1/2012   10/1/2012   11/1/2012   12/1/2012  SO2  AQI  Inhaler  events  (normalized)  SO2  
  10. 10. 4. Build model against background sample5. Extrapolate predicted inhaler events intoall geographic locations in our Metro6. Test with additional data2.GISofcontributingfactorstoexplore1. Geo-referenced inhaler use points3. Extract contributing factors data at eachpointContributing Factor Data in Model•  Land-use categories•  Impervious surface (%)•  PM 2.5 (avg AQI)•  Close proximity to known emitters•  Low greenness index•  Close proximity to industry•  Close proximity to power facilities•  Traffic densityUsing  Inhaler  Data  to  Build  a  SimulaEon    
  11. 11. Probability  of  Inhaler  Use  Predicted  by  Model  Before&interven+on
  12. 12. Probability  of  Inhaler  Use  Predicted  by  Model  A"er%interven*on%(10%%reduc*on%in%PM)
  13. 13. Louisville  Asthma  Data  Innova2on  Project  David  Van  Sickle,  PhD  |  CEO,  Asthmapolis  Reimagining  Digital  Health  to  Develop  a  Community-­‐Level  InformaEon  System  Ted  Smith,  PhD  |  Chief  InnovaEon  Officer,  The  City  of  Louisville,  KY  
  14. 14. Reduced  Rescue  Inhaler  Use    
  15. 15. PRIVACY  

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