Published on in Vol 6, No 10 (2022): October

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/38215, first published .
Relationships Between Blood Pressure Reduction, Weight Loss, and Engagement in a Digital App–Based Hypertension Care Program: Observational Study

Relationships Between Blood Pressure Reduction, Weight Loss, and Engagement in a Digital App–Based Hypertension Care Program: Observational Study

Relationships Between Blood Pressure Reduction, Weight Loss, and Engagement in a Digital App–Based Hypertension Care Program: Observational Study

Journals

  1. Auster-Gussman L, Rikhy M, Lockwood K, Branch O, Graham S. The Effects of Providing a Connected Scale in an App-Based Digital Health Program: Cross-sectional Examination. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e40865 View
  2. Seffah K, Zaman M, Awais N, Satnarine T, Haq A, Hernandez G, Khan S. Exploring the Role of Wearable Electronic Medical Devices in Improving Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Outcomes Among Adults: A Systematic Review. Cureus 2023 View
  3. Lockwood K, Pitter V, Kulkarni P, Graham S, Auster-Gussman L, Branch O, Ayatollahi H. Predictors of program interest in a digital health pilot study for heart health. PLOS Digital Health 2023;2(7):e0000303 View
  4. Graham S, Pickus S, Lockwood K, Buch L, Dunn P, Paruthi J. Business vs After-Hours Use of an Artificial Intelligence–Powered Digital Health Platform Among Insured Patients. JAMA Network Open 2023;6(9):e2333511 View
  5. Paz E, Pargaonkar V, Roach B, Meadows M, Roberts J, Gazit T, Zaleski A, Craig K, Serra S, Dunn P, Michos E. Comprehensive Cardiovascular Risk Factor Control With a Mobile Health Cardiovascular Risk Self‐Management Program. Journal of the American Heart Association 2024 View