Blood pressure (BP) measured in the doctor’s office is not always accurate. And these days, monitoring your BP in the safety and privacy of your home may be more preferable to going to a doctor's office. The American Heart Association (AHA), the United States Preventive Services Task Force and the Million Hearts Initiative all recommend home BP monitoring prior to the diagnosis of hypertension and for its management.
Works with any home BP monitor
Provides step-by-step instructions on how to correctly measure BP
Reminds you to check your BP for a 3-7 day monitoring period
Calculates your average BP for each monitoring period, the value that matters most!
Allows you to share your BP measurements with your doctor
Provides links to information about managing your BP
While many apps help people track and display their BP, measurements taken without proper scheduling, inadequate rest, incorrect positioning, or too many or too few measurements can lead to misleading results. BPCorrect, designed by physicians, is the only app that guides users through a scientific approach to accurately measure BP so that these errors are avoided.
A complete home BP monitoring platform designed by physicians.
Helps patients accurately measure BP using any monitor
Provides actionable data, supports team-based care and revenue cycle management
Engaged patients and improved management of hypertension
Choose a plan that works best for your practice
Free for up to 3 patients (no credit card required)
The BPCorrect app works with any home BP monitor. However, the app receives BP readings electronically via Bluetooth from a growing list of validated and accurate Bluetooth-connected home BP monitors:
I find the app easy to use and love that it gives the average blood pressure as recommended by the American Heart Association.
I like that the app asks whether I have been at rest for five minutes since I usually don’t do this.
I like the reminders in the app since I don’t always remember to check my blood pressure.
I think this platform is quite helpful since we know office blood pressures are sometimes not representative.
My patients have been asking me for something like this. They love the idea of being able to monitor their blood pressure at home, and this makes it easy for me to review.
BPCorrect was created by Dr. Cara Litvin, a general internist, and Dr. Steven Ornstein, a family physician. Drs. Litvin and Ornstein have conducted numerous NIH and AHRQ funded studies focused on improving the diagnosis and management of chronic diseases in primary care settings. The BPCorrect platform evolves directly from their many years of research and clinical experience.