Hello Heart recently the "most promising startup" award at the WBL Summit 2015 on Health Care.The CEO of Hello Heart, Maayan Cohen spoke to the audience of senior executives describing what Hello Heart is, who it is for and why it is game changing. Check out the short video below to view her talk.[embed]https://youtu.be/iLqtH1yMEG0[/embed]Like what you saw? It's easy for anyone to get started.

  1. Get the app for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
  2. Connect your clinic to securely import lab results.
  3. If you record your blood pressure (and you should!), type in each reading or import using Apple Health from a smart BP device.
  4. You will get feedback on your very first entry. But where it really gets exciting, is when you have a week of data or a new lab result and you see your results over time. You can quickly understand how your are doing and get realistic tips on what to do next.
  5. Keep the monitoring and tracking going for even a short time and you will feel healthier and more in control.
  6. Give us feedback!

Hello Heart does not provide medical advice. You should always consult with your doctor about your individual care.

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 October 19, 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 October 19, 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.
2. 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 October 19, 2022. (This analysis was commissioned by Hello Heart, which provided a summary report of self-fundedemployer client medical claims data for 203 Hello Heart users and 200 non-users from 2017-2020. Findings have not been subjected to peer review.)