Hypertension Care

Scalable and accessible cardiovascular care is critical

Hypertension, a.k.a. high blood pressure, affects nearly half of all adults in the US. In fact, the effects of cardiovascular disease cost payers $131 billion per year. Lark offers personalized and ongoing support toward healthy behaviors, such as weight management, physical activity, medication adherence, and blood pressure monitoring, to help empower hypertension patients to manage their blood pressure and take better control of their health.

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Lark can help with essential blood pressure management

Now you can deliver accessible and personalized care for hypertension management at half the cost of competitive solutions. The Lark Hypertension Care program includes:

An easy-to-use, connected blood pressure cuff
Treatment for the whole person, such as optional weight loss or tobacco cessation coaching
AI-driven insights that help translate readings into healthy habits that stick
Telephonic care escalation for severe blood pressure spikes, problems with medication, and more
Personalized, 24/7 access to coaching to manage stress, nutrition, medications, activity levels, and more
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Hypertension management for outside of the doctor's office

With 24/7 availability, Lark’s expert digital coaching platform uses connected devices to provide members with real-time feedback and access to critical care in order to help control high blood pressure and its related risks, such as heart attack and stroke.

Upon clinically defined triggers, such as severe blood pressure spikes or problems with medication, Lark connects members with telephonic care resources. With access to relevant lead-up data, including device data, medication data, and behavioral data such as activity and sleep, this capability helps payers save on MedEx costs and prevents unnecessary hospitalizations.

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Personalized coaching that treats the whole person

Every member is different, and controlling blood pressure is not a one-size-fits-all clinical approach. For example, clinical guidelines recommend medication adherence, but what if a members’ current medication causes side effects, such as fatigue, leading to lower physical activity levels? Lark is able to learn each individual’s unique needs and evolve with them as they continue on their health journey.

“65 lbs down and 100 times happier. Keep going even when you think it's not working because small losses add up in the end. About 30 more lbs to go!”

Robert, Age 60
65 lbs lost

“I joined Lark a year ago and chose my weight loss goal. Today, I reached that goal and it feels amazing! I have more energy and feel better than I have in years.”

Lisa, Age 65
80 lbs lost

I finally got below 200! It's the first time in a long time that I've consistently stayed below 200. My A1C has also gone down to normal from pre-diabetic.

Tabitha, Age 45
Below 200 lbs and normalized A1C

13 mmHg

Drop in average systolic blood pressure by 6 months in the program*

*For members classified as hypertension stage 2

Branch OH, Rikhy M, Auster-Gussman LA, Lockwood KG, Graham SA. Weight loss mediates the relationship between engagement and blood pressure in a digital app-based hypertension care program. Accepted, JMIR Formative Research. 2022.

13 mmHg

Drop in average systolic blood pressure by 6 months in the program*

*For members classified as hypertension stage 2

Branch OH, Rikhy M, Auster-Gussman LA, Lockwood KG, Graham SA. Relationships Between Blood Pressure Reduction, Weight Loss, and Engagement in a Digital App-Based Hypertension Care Program: Observational Study. JMIR Form Res 2022;6(10):e38215 doi:10.2196/38215

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