Lark for Hypertension provides members with the tools to reduce and control their blood pressure and cardiovascular risk factors, leading to clinical outcomes that can exceed those of medication.
According to a joint study between Lark and Omron.
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In our latest Hypertension study, we teamed up with Omron to analyze the outcomes of members using the program for 6 months.
Lark for Hypertension helps bring population-level hypertension under control with:
Members with hypertension are offered little care outside the four walls of the doctor’s office, but continued support is required to drive understanding of how lifestyle impacts blood pressure. With 24/7, real-time help, Lark’s expert virtual coaching platform and connected devices provides members with access to critical care that helps control high blood pressure and its’ implications, such as heart attack and stroke.
Every member is different, and bringing one’s blood pressure under control is not a one-size-fits-all clinical approach. Lark recognizes that diet may be a stronger contributor to Jane’s blood pressure while a sedentary lifestyle impacts Jack’s more. Strict medication adherence is always a good clinical guideline, but what if the current medication gives Jack cravings and makes him sleep more, leading to less energy and activity? Lark knows and evolves with the members’ interactions.
At clinically defined triggers such as severe blood pressure spikes or problems with medication, Lark connects members with telephonic care resources, who see all relevant lead-up data such as device data, medication data, and behavioral data such as activity and sleep.
I just wanted to tell you how much your app has helped me. I have lost 13.5 pounds by following the food guides and cutting back on carbs and fats, last year my A1c was 7.5 and, as of my doctors visit yesterday, now am at 6.3. I hope to get the A1c down further and be off of my diabetes meds. Lark has had a big part in helping with these accomplishments.Let Us Show You