INHALE: Inspiring Health Advances in Lung Care
Improving Care and Outcomes for Children and Adults with Asthma and COPD in the State of Michigan
Changing the Treatment Paradigm on a Population Level
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Medication Over Reliance

Reduce reliance on short-acting beta-agonists and oral corticosteroid overuse to improve disease control, reduce exacerbations and long-term adverse effects

Patient & Provider Education

Education for both providers and patients on proper inhaler use; recognition of good disease control and measures to reduce acute exacerbations

Spirometry Access & Use

Improving access to and the appropriate use of spirometry as a tool to accurately diagnose both Asthma and COPD

Improve Patient Outcomes

Proactively focusing on risk mitigation and exacerbation reduction in addition to enhancing our ability to achieve disease control

Lung Health Highlights


Participating Physician Organizations

In 2022 INHALE kicked off our collaborative with eleven pilot POs who are helping us shape the way we improve care for asthma and COPD patients across the state of Michigan.