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MENUFEATUREDESCRIPTION*DEVICESRESEARCH SUPPORTING IT**PRIORITY
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DASHBOARDBegin Daily Asthma
Check
Card indicates user has to complete their daily asthma check-in
to track their treatment progress and adherence to treatment plan.
Call-to-action will take user to daily log where they can enter their
vitals.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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Your asthma levels
today
A short card will display the user’s overall asthma level based on the
vital data collected from sensors and manual data input by the user.
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Green ZoneWhen asthma level is indicated as ‘Green Zone’, it means there are
no symptoms and peak flow level is above 80%.
A list of triggers (for their asthma) to avoid will be displayed.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Yellow ZoneWhen asthma level is indicated as ‘Yellow Zone’, it means there are
multiple symptoms detected and peak flow level is between 59% to
70%. A call-to-action to initiate action plan for yellow zone will be
displayed here.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Red ZoneWhen asthma level is indicated as ‘Red Zone’, it means there are one
or more multiple severe symptoms detected and peak flow level is
below 50%. A call-to-action to initiate action plan for red zone will be
displayed here along with the additional option to alert trusted contact
or emergency services.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Forecast for the dayWeather forecast based on location which includes humidity,
temperature, precipitation level, wind speed, cloud cover, air quality
index, animal dander, dust, pollen count, uv index will be displayed
here.
Wearable patch + SmartphoneContextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P2
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Take precautionTips on how to prevent flare-ups because of weather based triggers
will be displayed.
Contextual InquiryP3
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Upcoming remindersReminders for checking peak flow rate, taking medicine, using inhaler
will be displayed here with time.
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P2
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Trigger detectedUsers will be notified when a trigger in their surrounding is identified
by the sensors.
Wearable patchContextual Inquiry + General ResearchP3
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Take precautionTips on how to prevent flare-ups and symptoms because of identified
trigger will be displayed.
Contextual InquiryP3
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Weekly InsightsUsers will be notified about their progress on various paratemters,
such as use of rescue medication in last week, increase or decrease
in symptoms, identify strenuous activities, common triggers, etc.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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Tips & FactsVarious facts and tips will be displayed based on body vitals and other
parameters within the app fo educational purposes.
Contextual Inquiry + General ResearchP4
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MEDICATIONAdd Asthma Action PlanIf users have a doctor devised ‘Asthma Action Plan, it can be added to
this section which will have the advantage of automatically indicating
medication based on severity,
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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Green ZoneUsers will be asked to add/select their everyday medication from a
generic list with dosage and time as described in action plan along
with the additional option to set reminder.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Yellow ZoneUsers will be asked to add/select their rescue and control medication
from a generic list, with dosage and time as described in action plan.
Guidelines for yellow zone symptoms, peak flow rate and plan of
action will be described for user’s ease of reference.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Red ZoneUsers will be asked to add/select their rescue medication from a
generic list with dosage and number of times to use as per need as
described in their asthma action plan. Guidelines for red zone
symptoms and plan of action will be described for user’s
understanding.
Additionally, user will be asked to add ‘trusted contacts’ to alert in
times of emergency, an attack or when experiencing symptoms in
‘Red Zone’.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Add PrescriptionUsers who do not have a prescribed asthma action plan can add their
medication here.
Contextual Inquiry + General ResearchP1
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Control MedicationUsers can add their everyday control medication here with dosage,
time and type. A list of generic medicines will be displayed for easy
accessibility.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler
Contextual Inquiry + General ResearchP4
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Rescue MedicationUsers can add their everyday control medication here with dosage,
time and type. A list of generic medicines will be displayed for easy
accessibility.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler
Contextual Inquiry + General ResearchP4
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LOGBegin Daily Asthma
Check
Call-to-action will begin a step-by-step data entry process, where user
can add vital manually or verify the vitals predicted through sensors to
report their everyday adherence to asthma treatment.
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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SymptomsUsers can enter their symptoms on daily basis for more accurate
adherence to treatment plan. Sensors will also automatically pickup
certain vitals (such as wheezing, coughing, sleep disturbances,
shortness of breath) which will be added here as day/night symptoms.
Wearable patchContextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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TriggersUsers can enter what triggered their symptoms on daily basis.
Sensors will automatically pickup certain triggers (such as pollution
index, smoke, weather, pollen) which will be matched to the user’s
triggers and suggested here to be added.
Wearable patchContextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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MedicationSensors in inhaler will automatically add medicine intake based on
time and date. Users can manually add oral medicines taken as part
of their control medication.
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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Peak FlowSensors in peak flow meter will automatically add best PEFR rates
based on time and date of use. Users can also manually add peak
flow rates. The duration of record keeping can be set as prescribed by
their doctor.
Bluetooth sensor with
peak flow meter
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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CalendarLogs can be viewed based on day, week and month. Data visualisation
for each parameter can be viewed individually. Logs can be shared via
email. (Heart and respiratory rate are added automatically)
Bluetooth sensor with rescue
and control inhaler, peak flow
meter and wearable patch
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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TRACKHeartData visualisation of the users heart rate and heart rate zones will
be displayed here. Abnormalities will be displayed along with
symptoms detected in dashboard, when an acute attack is detected.
Wearable patchContextual Inquiry + General ResearchP1
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ActivityExercise and sports related activity can be tracked here. For each
activity relavant parameter will be recorded, such as - distance, time,
steps, calories burned, heart rate, breathing rate, location)
Wearable patchContextual Inquiry + General ResearchP1
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Set goalsUsers can set personal goals that would motivate them to live an
active lifestyle based on the listed activities.
Wearable patchContextual InquiryP2
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SleepData visualisation of the users everyday sleep pattern will
be displayed here. Abnormalities will be displayed in dashboard.
Wearable patchContextual Inquiry + Secondary ResearchP2
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BREADCRUMBProfileUser’s personal details such as name, age, gender, contact details,
username and password details will be displayed here.
General ResearchP1
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Add Emergency ContactsUsers can add contacts of whom they wish to let the app
automatically alert in case of an emergency.
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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SharingUsers can also add contacts who will have access to their asthma
records. (Primarily for the use of multiple caregivers/parents)
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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RemindersAll reminder controls can be accessed in one place for easy usability.
Such as timings for peak flow, inhaler/medication intake and daily
asthma check.
Contextual Inquiry + General ResearchP4
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Medical RecordsUsers can upload and maintain a digital copy of their medical records
for record keeping purposes. The hospital will also share an electronic
medical record copy of their prescription, treatment plan which can be
accessed here.
Contextual Inquiry + General ResearchP1
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DoctorUsers will be requested to add their primary caregiver’s registration
code (partnered doctors with Breathe Easy and NHS) to begin sharing asthma
reports and vitals in real-time. Basic call-to-action for asthma review,
requesting appointment, prescription refill will be available.
Contextual Inquiry + General Research +
Competitive Analysis
P1
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DevicesAll connected devices will be displayed here. App will have access to
phone’s bluetooth connection which will turn on/off automatically
to receive data from the sensors.
General ResearchP1
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About AppInformation about Breathe Easy app, privacy, terms and conditions will
be displayed here.
General ResearchP1
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HelpUsers can reach out to customer support either by sending an email
query or by directing contacting their phone line. Help section will also
include FAQ’s about using the app, service and device.
General Research + Competitive AnalysisP1
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Sign OutUsers can sign out if they wish to login through a different account.General ResearchP1
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*DEVICES - Devices that gathers body vitals
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**PRIORITY- P1(MUST HAVE), P2(NICE TO HAVE), P3(SURPRISING AND DELIGHTFUL), P4(CAN COME LATER)
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