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Philips Respironics dedicates resource to COPD

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11/17/2015

MURRYSVILLE, Pa. – Philips Respironics has launched a new resource for patients with COPD.

Sunovion educates, empowers with videos

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11/10/2015

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. – Sunovion Pharmaceuticals and the COPD Foundation have launched a new video series, Reel COPD, to share the first-hand stories of patients and their caregivers as they cope with a chronic, progressive disease.

COPD Foundation adds coaching app to growing list of support tools

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10/02/2015

WASHINGTON – The COPD Foundation and ViiMed launched an interactive website and mobile app this week for coaching, education and wellness monitoring for COPD patients.

Some claims in limbo as Medicare clamps down on vents

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09/25/2015

YARMOUTH, Maine – HME providers are struggling with how to get paid for COPD patients who fail Bi-level PAP therapy but don’t require nearly around-the-clock ventilation.

COPD trial uses mobile health to provide rehab at home

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09/16/2015

MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota HealthSolutions Corporation has tapped Novum, a consumer health engagement platform, as a partner on a mobile health clinical trial program designed to motivate and monitor people with COPD.

COPD patients benefit from app, same-day treatment

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09/01/2015

PHILADELPHIA – Early intervention facilitated by a digital health application provides key benefits for COPD patients, according to the results of a two-year clinical study by Temple University.

PFQC recruits for cause

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05/28/2015

WASHINGTON – People for Quality Care is recruiting patients for the COPD Foundation’s new COPD Patient-Powered Research Network. The network’s purpose is to give COPD patients a place to share how the disease has impacted their lives and to support each other.

Educate on burn risk for COPD patients, study advises

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04/03/2015

GALVESTON, Texas – Home oxygen therapy puts patients with COPD at risk for burns, according to a new study published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

Sleep, COPD apps developed, tested

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04/01/2015

BALTIMORE ­– Doctors at Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep have developed a new mobile app, called MySleep101, to help doctors who are not specially trained better identify patients who might have a chronic sleep disorder, the Baltimore Business Journal repor

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