Experimental: Remote Blood Pressure Monitoring and Social Intervention
Participants are enrolled in a remote blood pressure monitoring program and social intervention composed of remote outreach from a team of community health worker, pharmacist, nurse, and social worker for 12 weeks.
Other: E3 Remote Monitoring and Social Intervention
Patients are enrolled in a 12 week remote blood pressure monitoring program composed of a community health worker, nurse, pharmacist and social worker. Participants will receive a home cellular blood pressure cuff for remote monitoring and will receive tele-health calls from their community health worker to assist with blood pressure taking technique and adherence, medication adherence, education around diet and activity. Social work is available to provide institutional and community resources to patients with social needs. Patients will be screened pre intervention and post intervention for medication adherence and social determinants of health needs. The team nurse monitors and triages home blood pressures on the remote portal. The pharmacist assists with medication reconciliation, adherence, and titration of medications according to standards or care.
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