Hey Fellow Ashmatics,
I just recently started reading Participatory Healthcare: A Patient Centered Approach to Health Transformation by Jan Oldernburg, which is all about the science and practice of health behavior. I highly recommend reading since it definitely hits home for people with chronic disease. It is all about moving healthcare from a "organ-centered" system to "person-centered" system. Bringing people into the care solution and helping them self-manage where they can is key to improving health outcomes.
My question to you all is, do you currently use technology in a way that helps you better manage your asthma? Would you even considering you something if it was available in the market? What should it focus on in order to help you achieve goals and improve asthma health?
I have used AsthmaMD which is a free-app to manage asthma, but I usually stop using it after a few days so it doesn't really change my behavior.