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December 1, 2022
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Driving Better Outcomes
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Wellinks is excited to announce the final results of ASPIRE – a clinical trial conducted with the COPD Foundation to assess the impact of Wellinks on quality of life, engagement and satisfaction among COPDF members living with COPD.

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Each participant received personalized health coaching, virtual pulmonary rehabilitation, and monitoring through connected devices and a patient-facing app.

The study enrolled 141 members in the trial, with 119 completing the 24-week study. These results demonstrate sustained engagement, satisfaction, and clinical response with Wellinks.

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Wellinks Engagement at 24 Weeks
(n = 141)

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Enrollment Rate

Proportion successfully enrolled out of all who were interested and eligible

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Retention Rate

Proportion who remained enrolled in the study at 24 weeks

These results were demonstrated in a population with...

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High Member Satisfaction at 24 Weeks

  • Over 81% said Wellinks helped them better manage their COPD
  • Over 92% found Wellinks to be valuable
  • Over 83% said Wellinks helped them learn more about their COPD
Net Promoter Score*
* Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a customer loyalty and satisfaction measurement taken from asking customers how likely they are to recommend your product. NPS scores range from -100 to +100. This NPS is based on responses from those who continued contact with coaches, representative of the Wellinks clinical model.

Improved Clinical Outcomes at 24 Weeks

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Wellinks demonstrated sustained improvements in COPD self-efficacy as measured by the COPD Self-efficacy Scale (CSES) at 24 weeks.
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Self-efficacy is a measure of how confident an individual is in managing their COPD and addressing shortness of breath.
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One-third of participants demonstrated improvements in Modified Medical Research Council dyspnea score. mMRC is a measure of breathlessness that is associated with risk of future exacerbations.

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