Farmington, CT (December 13, 2017) — With the recent important changes in hypertension categories and treatments, Envolve PeopleCare (EPC) is enhancing our products to better serve our clients and their members.
We are committed to continue educating members on how the new guidelines may affect them individually. Our health coaches are familiar with the new guidelines and will continue to empower members to better manage their chronic conditions. This change will not only affect members with hypertension, but also members living with diabetes, coronary artery disease, and heart failure. Envolve PeopleCare strives to ensure all members receive the most appropriate care.
The new hypertension guidelines bring a ripple effect of changes to our services. Our health risk assessment (HRA), health portal, lifestyle and condition management coaching, member identification, health education materials, medical alerts, and other services will see enhancements that align with the new guidelines, as defined by the American Heart Association. Additionally, our standards of care, clinical guidelines, and policies and practice are updating to comply with the new guidelines. Our goal is to provide the most up-to-date healthcare educational materials and treatment management to ease the change.
Our clinicians and healthcare experts are working together to enact the changes in a timely manner.
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