Livongo

Livongo for Hypertension 

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Your high blood pressure management just got so much easier with advanced, real-time monitoring.  

For employer group health plan members over the age of 18 living with hypertension, Livongo delivers advanced hypertension management tools that give you ways to better manage your high blood pressure.

WHA's program is included with your group health plan and includes a suite of tools including a connected blood pressure monitor, real-time insights after each reading, health education, and one-on-one support from expert coaches. Members will access Livongo’s wireless, mobile, and web-based hypertension web portal.

Here's what you get from this program:

  • An advanced blood pressure monitor sent directly to your home
  • Personalized insights into blood pressure readings
  • One-on-one coaching
  • Easy-to-use app & dashboard
  • Guidance on healthy habits

It's easy to get your no-cost advanced blood pressure monitor and tools to help you manage your high blood pressure more accurately and efficiently.  

Join WHA's Livongo for Hypertension Program:

Join todayready.livongo.com/WESTERNHEALTHADV/registers

OR

Call (800) 945-4355 and use registration code: WESTERNHEALTHADV 

Note: this program is currently only for employer group plan members.

Read on for how high blood pressure impacts the body

Over time, uncontrolled high blood pressure (HBP) can affect many areas of the body, such as:

Brain

HBP is a major risk factor for stroke, which occurs when blood vessels to the brain become clogged or burst.

Eyes

HBP can damage blood vessels and nerve cells and cause fluid to build up under the retina—which can result in vision loss.

Heart

HBP raises the rise of heart attack and heart failure.

Kidneys

HBP may interfere with kidney function and lead to kidney disease or failure.

Peripheral Arteries

HBP can cause peripheral artery disease—a narrowing of the arteries in the legs, arms, stomach and head.

Sources: American Heart Association, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Harvard Health Publishing, Mayo Clinic

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