benefits leaders & health plans

It's time to take action on heart health

High blood pressure and high cholesterol are the top risk factors for heart disease, which is a major healthcare cost driver. Now is the time to empower your members to take control of their heart health with the only digital therapeutic that is focused exclusively on whole-heart health.
time to take action on heart health
DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION

Break down barriers to care and enable healthcare equity

Hello Heart is designed for diversity, equity, and inclusion — helping
organizations fight inequities and structural biases in healthcare.
how hello heart helps with health inequities
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Women wait 37 minutes longer to call for help when having heart attack symptoms,1 which may partially explain why they are 2x more likely to die from a heart attack.2
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Hello Heart’s coaching app provides born gender-specific user flows to help ensure that women receive proper treatment
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60% of Hispanic adults have had a difficult time communicating with a healthcare provider because of a language or cultural barrier.3 
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Spanish app users are highly engaged and 60% more likely to share clinical results with their doctors4
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Black people are 30% more likely to die of heart disease,5 and have high levels of mistrust in clinicians.6
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Hello Heart is 100% private, and allows participants to self manage their heart health with digital coaching
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Education and income level impact health outcomes — 27% of Americans only have access to digital care via their smartphone.7
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The Hello Heart program is 100% accessible from a smartphone, enabling high-ADI and low-ADI users to have equal rates of blood pressure reduction4
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The time to act on heart health gaps is now

U.S. Surgeon General issues a call to
action to employers and health plan
purchasers to control hypertension

IT Just works
IT JUST WORKS

You can effectively address whole-heart health through an all-digital approach

Hello Heart’s coaching app helps people manage their hypertension and hyperlipidemia by providing personalized wellness and lifestyle tips,  which may help reduce the risks of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease. The program seamlessly integrates with your clinical teams and other resources currently in place.

Why employers and health plans choose Hello Heart

ENGAGING

High enrollment & sustained
engagement


People like using Hello Heart because it's:
Easy and fun
Easy and fun
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Personalized and positive
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Available anywhere, anytime
Always 100% private
Always 100% private
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proven

Peer-reviewed clinical studies and potential cost savings

Greater Improvement
Reduction in blood Pressure
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Peer-reviewed clinical outcomes

Conducted by UCSF and Hello Heart, the 3-year peer-reviewed study of 28,187 Hello Heart users was published in JAMA Network Open.  
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21 mmHg average reduction in systolic blood pressure over 3 years — a 2x greater improvement than any other digital heart health solution
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84% reduced blood pressure and sustained it up to 3 years
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$1,865
Saved per member in year 1 total medical costs10
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Potential cost savings

Potential cost savings

Improved clinical outcomes may translate into potential cost savings. A report by Validation Institute found that Hello Heart has the potential to reduce healthcare spending.
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$1,865 saved per member in year 1 total medical costs
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52% increase in primary and preventative care
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We're easy to work with

You've got a lot on your plate already. Work with a vendor
that appreciates your workload and delivers high-value support.
Participant-based pricing
Participant-based pricing
You only pay for members who are enrolled and stay engaged.
Integrates with your benefits ecosystem
Integrates with your benefits ecosystem
Hello Heart conveniently integrates with other health and wellness programs to help drive utilization and engagement.
Simplified contracting & billing
Simplified contracting & billing
Billing can be managed through Rx or medical claims with one of your existing vendor relationships.
Value that’s easy to demonstrate
Value that’s easy to demonstrate
Our reporting is straightforward so that you can show the impact to your executives.
Low-effort implementation & ongoing program management
Low-effort implementation & ongoing program management
We do the hard work so you can focus on other priorities. Standard 90-day implementations.
Case studies

Hello Heart’s impact on employee health

International airline
An airline based in the U.S. aimed to make a sizable impact on the health of their employees by partnering with a best-in-class solution.
Year 1 results:
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Engagement rate: 71%4
Members with stage 2 hypertension:
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84% reduced their heart risk11
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19 mmHg average reduction in
systolic blood pressure11
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International Airline
Health system
A health system in the Southwest with 30,000 employees empowered healthcare workers to protect their heart health throughout the pandemic.
Results during the pandemic:
Engagement rate: 75%4
Engagement rate: 75%4
Members with stage 2 hypertension:
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79% reduced their heart risk12
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20 mmHg average reduction in
systolic blood pressure12
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Health system
medical device company
A large medical device company with 50,000 U.S. employees saw substantial improvements to clinical outcomes after adding Hello Heart.
Year 1 results:
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Engagement rate: 84%4
Members with stage 2 hypertension:
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82% of participants starting in stage 2 hypertention reduced their heart risk using the app13
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20 mmHg drop in systolic BP for participants starting in stage 2 hypertension using the app13
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Trusted by leading U.S. employers and health plans

Jae KullarJae Kullar

We have been using Hello Heart for over 4 years here at Delta and our employees continue to tell us how much they love the program and how helpful it is.

Jae Kullar

Global Health & Wellbeing General Manager
Delta
Todd SmasalKristen Bjorne

We see strong clinical outcomes and are confident that we are achieving an ROI in this program.

Todd Smasal

VP, Talent & Total Rewards
North Westren
Kristen BjorneKristen Bjorne

Hello Heart made the implementation process very easy.

Kristen Bjorne

Director of Benefits, HR
northen michigan

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Footnotes
  1. Gender differences in patient and system delay for primary percutaneous coronary intervention: current trends in a Swiss ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction population. Eur Heart J Acute Cardiovasc Care. 2019;8(3):283-290. https://doi.org/10.1177/2048872618810410. Accessed May 23, 2022.
  2. Shah T, Haimi I, Yang Y, Gaston S, Taoutel R, Mehta S, Lee HJ, Zambahari R, Baumbach A, Henry TD, Grines CL, Lansk A, Tirziu D. Meta-Analysis of Gender Disparities in In-hospital Care and Outcomes in Patients with ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction. Am J Cardiol. 2021;147:23-32. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjcard.2021.02.015. Accessed May 23, 2022.
  3. Swanson E, Contreras R. Latinos Have Health Care Communication Woes. AARP Web site. https://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2018/latinos-hispanics-doctors-nursing-homes.html. Published July 27, 2018. Accessed May 23, 2022.
  4. Based on data on file at Hello Heart. Results may vary from employer to employer.
  5. Heart Disease and African Americans. Office of Minority Health Resource Center Web site. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/omh/browse.aspx?lvl=4&lvlid=19. Published January 31, 2022. Accessed May 23, 2022.
  6. Boulware LE, Cooper LA, Ratner LE, LaVeist TA, Powe NR. Race and trust in the health care system. Public Health Rep. 2003;118(4):358-365. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1497554/pdf/12815085.pdf. Accessed May 23, 2022.
  7. Vogels E. Digital divide persists even as Americans with lower incomes make gains in tech adoption. Pew Research Center Web site. https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2021/06/22/digital-divide-persists-even-as-americans-with-lower-incomes-make-gains-in-tech-adoption/. Published June 22, 2021. Accessed May 23, 2022.
  8. Sources: (1) Gazit T, Gutman M, Beatty AL. Assessment of Hypertension Control Among Adults Participating in a Mobile Technology Blood Pressure Self-management Program. JAMA Netw Open. 2021;4(10):e2127008, https://doi.org/10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.27008. Accessed May 23, 2022. (Some study authors are employed by Hello Heart. Because of the observational nature of the study, causal conclusions cannot be made. See additional important study limitations in the publication. This study showed that 108 participants with baseline blood pressure over 140/90 who had been enrolled in the program for 3 years and had application activity during weeks 148-163 were able to reduce their blood pressure by 21 mmHg using the Hello Heart program.) (2) Livongo Health, Inc. Form S-1 Registration Statement. https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1639225/000119312519185159/d731249ds1.htm. Published June 28, 2019. Accessed May 23, 2022. (In a pilot study that lasted six weeks, individuals starting with a blood pressure of greater than 140/90 mmHg, on average, had a 10 mmHG reduction.) NOTE: This comparison is not based on a head-to-head study, and the difference in results may be due in part to different study protocols.
  9. Gazit T, Gutman M, Beatty AL. Assessment of Hypertension Control Among Adults Participating in a Mobile Technology Blood Pressure Self-management Program. JAMA Netw Open. 2021;4(10):e2127008, https://doi.org/10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.27008. Accessed May 23, 2022. (Some study authors are employed by Hello Heart. Because of the observational nature of the study, causal conclusions cannot be made. There were 108 participants with baseline blood pressure over 140/90 who had been enrolled in the program for 3 years and had application activity during weeks 148-163. See additional important study limitations in the publication.)
  10. Validation Institute. 2021 Validation Report (Valid Through October 2022). https://validationinstitute.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Hello_Heart-Savings-2021-Final.pdf. Published October 2021. Accessed May 23, 2022. (This analysis was commissioned by Hello Heart, which provided a summary report of self-funded employer client medical claims data for 203 Hello Heart users and 200 non-users from 2017-2020. Findings have not been subjected to peer review.)
  11. Source: Based on data on file at Hello Heart. (There were 215 participants with baseline blood pressure over 140/90 who had been enrolled in the program for one year and recorded blood pressure readings between weeks 48 and 55 of their time in the program. Results may vary from employer to employer.)
  12. Source: Based on data on file at Hello Heart. (There were 51 participants with baseline blood pressure over 140/90 who had been enrolled in the program for one year and recorded blood pressure readings between weeks 48 and 55 of their time in the program. Results may vary from employer to employer.)
  13. Source: Based on data on file at Hello Heart. (There were 168 participants with baseline blood pressure over 140/90 who had been enrolled in the program for one year and recorded blood pressure readings between weeks 48 and 55 of their time in the program. Results may vary from employer to employer.)