HEALTHeWeather CEO, Eric Klos, is visiting, ‘Climate City’, Asheville, North Carolina, to introduce a vision for bringing personalized weather insights for better patient health.On Wednesday, November 8th, Mr. Klos, will be the featured presenter at the Million Cups of Coffee event in the Asheville Social Hall at RISC Networks at 9:00AM. He will present his vision for HEALTHeWeather, a platform-as-a-service (PAAS) software company, that recently launched its 1st solution, DailyBreath, targeting over 50 million allergy and asthma sufferers.
HEALTHeWeather will be joining Clean Air Carolina on the evening of Wednesday, November 8th, at The Collider, as it launches its AirKeepers program in Asheville. Clean Air Carolina has begun building an unprecedented monitoring network across North Carolina. Attendees will learn how the AirKeepers program is advancing citizen science and air quality education. They will learn how to become an AirKeeper, and be a part of changing the way we locate, track, and mitigate toxics in our air.
On Thursday, November 9th, Mr. Klos is scheduled to participate as a speaker in an afternoon session on tools and technology personalizing public health for the Climate and Respiratory Health Workshop on Thursday, November 9th.He will present HEALTHeWeather’s DailyBreath, a service delivered via mobile app, that provides a daily personalized health, weather forecast with dynamic flare-up tracking for allergy and asthma sufferers.
The Workshop is being held at The Collider, a nonprofit innovation center in Asheville, North Carolina, focused on catalyzing market-driven climate solutions.This interdisciplinary event, convened by CASE Consultants International, brings together climate scientists, environmental and public health professionals and technologists to learn about threats and opportunities in climate and respiratory health.HEALTHeWeather is a member of The Collider and has already benefitted from collaborations as a result of its membership.
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“For too long our health care system has neglected environmental factors as a determinant of health.We don’t know what we don’t know and its leading to severe unintended consequences for asthma sufferers including ER visits, hospital stays, and deaths.This workshop will increase awareness and understanding as well as spark the collaboration that will bring innovative climate solutions to market.HEALTHeWeather is proud to be a part of this inaugural Workshop,” said Eric Klos, Founder and CEO.