Hypertension Education Series

What is it?

The Hypertension Education Series provides participants with the skills and tools needed to support effective blood pressure management. The goals of the program are to enhance hypertension-related comorbidities and support behavioral-based efforts of managing blood pressure.

How it works

The program is designed for those with a hypertension diagnosis, however, all clinic eligible individuals may participate. Healthstat’s Hypertension Education Series aligns with the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association recommendations for treating hypertension. Lifestyle and behavior modifications are advised as the first line of intervention for those suffering from hypertension. With an emphasis on Making Changes that Matter, some of the effective interventions included in this program are:

Eat a well-balanced, low-sodium diet
Limit alcohol
Enjoy regular physical activity
Manage stress
Maintain a healthy weight
Quit smoking

Participant instructions & program details

Program Length: During this 12-week program, participants will have a minimum of 4 individual education and coaching appointments with the program facilitator.

Participant Instructions: Throughout this program, participants will also be asked to complete a series of blood pressure check clinical appointments. Any additional appointments and lab work will be discussed on an individual basis between the participant and the program facilitator.

How to Participate: Contact your Healthstat Clinician to sign-up for the program.

Hypertension Education Series

What is it?

The Hyperlipidemia Education Series provides participants with the skills and tools needed to support effective cholesterol management. The goals of the program are to enhance participant self-management practices, reduce hyperlipidemia related complications, and support behavioral-based efforts of cholesterol management.

Hyperlipidemia Education Series

Anyone is eligible to participate in the Hyperlipidemia Education Series, however, the series is most beneficial for those with elevated blood lipid levels and/or those at risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Healthstat’s Hyperlipidemia Education Series aligns with the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association recommendations for treating hyperlipidemia. Topics covered include:

Healthy Eating
Being Active
Medication Management
Problem Solving
Reducing Risks
Healthy Coping

Participant instructions & program details

Program Length: Participants will have a minimum of 4 individual education and coaching appointments with the program facilitator.

Participant Instructions: Throughout this program, participants may also be asked to complete a series of bloodwork and screenings per the standards of care for those with hyperlipidemia.

How to Participate: Contact your Healthstat Clinician to sign-up for the program.