A public-private partnership in Louisville, Ky., has launched AIR Louisville, a data-driven collaboration among public, private, and philanthropic organizations to use digital health technology to improve asthma.

Leveraging Propeller Health's FDA-approved medication inhaler sensors, the program will track when, where, and how often residents of Louisville experience asthma symptoms. Project organizers say the data will help patients to better manage their asthma symptoms, and aid city leaders in making smarter decisions about how to keep the air clean.

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