A new approach that empowers users to self-manage heart risk through easy to use mobile tracking tools and access to data.
Patent-pending mobile technology developed by a team of psychologists, doctors, and computer scientists.
Blood pressure and weight tracking technology.
Bluetooth monitor that connects to employees’ phone.
Medication adherence tools.
Auto-Imported lab results from clinics.
Personalized explanations of employees’ condition
Personalized digital coaching that drives behavior change.
Gamification makes it fun
Live Support in English and Spanish.
Tailored digital and onsite enrollment
People love using Hello Heart. Our enrollment rates are 20-50% of the population.
“Using Hello Heart, I saw the positive effect exercise had on my blood pressure and waistline. I reduced my blood pressure to the normal range and lost 35 pounds.”– Jeff Chrest, Hello Heart user
“Hello Heart completely changed my life.”– James Metcalf, Hello Heart user
“I finally understand what’s going on with my blood pressure on a day-to-day basis now.”– Dani Clarine Rhodes, Hello Heart user
Hello Heart's application for controlling blood pressure is a promising new tool.– CEO NBGH, CFO magazine "New Cures for Health Costs"
Hello Heart is a clinically-based mobile solution for heart health.
POTENTIAL SAVINGS 2
Potential savings per participant per year.
HAPPY USERS 3
Users getting great results, rated 5 stars.
POSITIVE ROI 4
We price for results. Get a positive ROI in less than 1 year.
Awarded one of the best solutions by the NBGH innovation board
Best Physician-Recommended Digital Health Products
Leadership conference keynote speaker
- 1: Source: Uhlig, K., (2012). Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring: Comparative Effectiveness. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US).
- 2: Source: Do Workplace Wellness Programs Save Employers Money? Rand research institute 2013 . Savings was demonstrated in hospitalization and ER costs (29% reduction in participants). Costs in accordance with Milliman Medical Index for 2015 (27% increase from 2011-2016)
- 3 4 5: Source: “Improving patient engagement in self-measured blood pressure monitoring using a mobile health technology.” Alan L. Kaplan, Erica R. Cohen, Eyal Zimlichman. Expected publication December 2015. Users recorded more than 10 BP reading were included in the analysis.
- 6: Source: Large Manufacturing Company Data. February-may 2016