When your doctor enrolled you to their remote patient monitoring program, you received a text message inviting you to download the Lara Health app. Here are a few tips to make the most of it.

Lara Health app works with both Bluetooth and cellular devices

The Lara Health app is mandatory with all Bluetooth devices and optional if you have a cellular device. If you have a Bluetooth device, you will need to first pair it with the app before you can use it. Just follow the in-app instructions.

Cellular devices share your data with the app automatically, no need to connect them to the app.

The app tracks all your vitals and tells you if reading are out of range

The app stores all your readings. What you see in your app is what your doctor sees too. When you take a reading the app will assign a color to the reading. If your reading is marked green then your measurement was in the healthy range. If your readings are in red, that measurement was not an optimal level. If you see red measurements often, talk to your care team.

The app has reminders for taking measurements and managing medication

In your app, you can set up reminders for measuring at certain times and days of the week. When you do, your smartphone or tablet will pop a notification on your home screen. You can do the same for your meds.

You can share the app with your family members and friends

The app is a great way to keep your family and friends involved in your care. Feel free to share it with your relatives or caregivers.

Good to know

You received your app login instructions via a text message when you were enrolled to the remote patient monitoring program. If you don't remember your password, you can easily reset it from the app's login page. Just click the "Forgot my password" link and follow instructions.

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Nothing in this article should be considered medical advice. Ask your doctor if you have any questions. In a case of medical emergency call 911.

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