Every year, Asthma UK run an Annual Survey to find out about your experiences of living with asthma and the quality of care you receive. Their report for 2017 highlighted that, although basic care has improved, two thirds of people are still not receiving basic care for their asthma. Basic care involves an annual asthma review, an asthma action plan and an inhaler technique check. They also discovered that the levels of care differ greatly depending on your postcode and your age. They asked many varied questions about the level of control you have over your asthma, what triggers your asthma, which health technology you use, whether you had needed emergency hospital care and if so what did your secondary care involve.