Help shape innovations in respiratory care.
Nano makes it easy to get the full picture of your patients’ respiratory health - from daily symptoms and lifestyle activity to indoor and outdoor environmental exposure - in real time from beyond the bedside. The Nano platform will close care gaps between visits with our simple, streamlined and customizable platform.
About the Nano Respiratory Innovation Program
As a member of the Nano Respiratory Innovation Program, you can take part in shaping Nano’s solution for patients with respiratory conditions and their health providers.
- Participate in user testing interviews.
- Provide feedback on designs and mock ups.
- Test drive pre-releases of our software and technology and let us know what you think.
- One to two hours per month commitment.
What are the benefits of participating?
Medications for asthma have little effect if the home environment is filled with asthma triggers.American Journal of Managed Care
Addressing respiratory conditions with a flexible solution
Get a high-resolution picture of respiratory health
Connect the factors of respiratory health in one place. Our platform can connect to patients’ devices like activity trackers and other wearables to give you more comprehensive visibility and context - from symptoms and environmental exposure to activity and sleep.
Understand your patients' environments
We continuously monitor your patients' exposure to environmental factors that could impact their health like VOCs, particulate matter and mold. Our guided assessment kit lets patients easily test the air, water and surfaces in their home for potential hidden health risks and contributing factors, sharing the results with you. Afterward, our at-home device keeps tabs on environmental health by continuously monitoring for changes.
Indoor & outdoor environmental quality:
- Surface and airborne molds
- Fiberglass fibers
- Insect bio detritus
- Dust mites
- Animal hair
- Skin cells
- Synthetic fibers
- Insect fragments
- Glass fibers
- Particulate matter
- Gases including ozone
- Carbon dioxide
- TVOC and IAQ
- Relative humidity and pressure
- Bacteria (E. Coli, Coliform)
- Physical properties (PH, CaCO3, Bicarbonate)
- Organic volatiles
- Organic semi volatiles