May 16, 2024

Meet Our Compassionate Respiratory Therapist: Teagan!

With over two decades of experience in healthcare, Teagan is a compassionate advocate for her patients. Her mission? To provide personalized care that truly meets each patient’s needs.

Holistic Approach: Teagan seamlessly blends Western and Eastern medicines. She believes in treating the whole person, not just the symptoms.

Listening Matters: Taking the time to truly listen, Teagan collaborates with her patients to create tailored respiratory care routines. It’s all about teamwork!

Kindness & Empathy: Every patient interaction is infused with kindness and empathy. Teagan knows that healing goes beyond medicine.

Inspire Program: Through our Virtual Pulmonary Rehabilitation program, Teagan empowers patients with knowledge about breathing exercises, airway clearance, and lung health. She addresses all questions and explains in a way that resonates with her patients.

Teagan’s heart smiles when patients can breathe a little easier and feel confident in their respiratory care routine by joining Conversio Health’s community.

May 1, 2024

May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month

1 in 12 Americans (over 27 million!) have asthma. May is peak season for both asthma and allergies, making it a tough time for many.

Join us as we raise awareness about asthma, allergies, and other respiratory diseases.

Conversio Health partners with asthma patients and their doctors to improve patients’ breathing and overall well-being.

We help patients recognize and prevent asthma triggers, allowing them to breathe easier and experience fewer flare-ups.

April 8, 2024

Medication Adherence

A recent study published in the American Journal of Managed Care found that 1 in 6 patients with COPD in the United States do not take their medications as prescribed due to the cost associated with them. Medication non-adherence can lead to increasing COPD symptoms and hospitalizations.

Conversio Health’s value-based respiratory disease management program delivers an end-to-end care solution for patients with COPD. Our easy-to-use smart breathing devices and patient-focused technology facilitate medication adherence. Conversio’s medications and supplies are shipped directly to patients’ homes.

Conversio’s clinical pharmacists, respiratory therapists, health coaches, and patient care coordinators regularly engage with patients to monitor medication adherence and support their progress.

Our program improves outcomes, prevents hospitalizations, and reduces the total cost of care for patients.

February 8, 2024

Press Release: Conversio Health Delivers Improved Patient Outcomes and Reduced Costs with Groundbreaking COPD and Asthma Disease Management Program

Conversio Health is excited to announce the success of our groundbreaking COPD and Asthma disease management program. Our value-based program improves healthcare outcomes, prevents hospitalizations, and reduces the total cost of care for patients with chronic respiratory diseases.

This program delivers the most comprehensive COPD and Asthma patient care solution—including custom nebulizer medications, portable smart devices, virtual pulmonary rehabilitation, robust patient-focused technology platform, and AI predictive analytics.

Our team of clinical pharmacists, respiratory therapists, health coaches, and care coordinators regularly meet with patients and are focused on improving their respiratory health.

December 18, 2023

The Conversio Health team spreads holiday cheer to local seniors!

We hosted a successful donation drive for Senior Angels of the Central Coast, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting seniors in assisted living & skilled nursing facilities, and those with limited family support in the community.

Conversio Health promotes holistic health for our members and community. Join us in spreading holiday cheer this season!

December 12, 2023

Breathing Exercises

For people with chronic lung diseases like COPD and asthma, breathing exercises can help you breathe easier and make your lungs more efficient.

Relax, bring your shoulders down, close your eyes, and try these two exercises.

Pursed lip breathing helps slow down your breathing and keeps your airways open longer. It takes less effort to breathe and improves the air exchange in your lungs. Start by breathing in through your nose for two seconds. Then pucker or purse your lips, as if you’re going to blow out a candle, and breathe out slowly through your pursed lips for four seconds.

Belly breathing can train your diaphragm to do more of the work needed for breathing. Place one hand on your abdomen and the other on your chest. Breathe in through your nose and focus on feeling your abdomen rise under your hand. Breathe out slowly through pursed lips and feel your abdomen fall under your hand.

Try practicing these exercises for 5 to 10 minutes each day.

November 27, 2023

The Joint Commission Home Care Accreditation

Conversio Health is proud to announce that The Joint Commission has renewed our Home Care Accreditation—a testament to our commitment to providing top-notch home care services.

This official recognition demonstrates that we adhere to and surpass industry standards for patient safety, quality, and operational reliability when dispensing compounded medications and durable medical equipment.

Our team is dedicated to providing COPD and asthma patients with the best home care possible.