Know Your Numbers

Million Hearts Stakeholders Advise All to Know Your Numbers / Connect with Your Healthcare Team

Make a resolution to be a healthier you in 2022. See your healthcare team to find out your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels.

In the brief videos below, physicians, patients, a nurse, and a pharmacist share how you can improve and maintain your health this year by knowing your numbers.

Mark McEwan - Know Your Numbers

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1: Don’t Wait to Protect Your Health
If you’ve been putting off your annual physical, you’re not alone. It’s important to understand your cardiovascular risk factors since heart disease can be a silent killer. Don’t wait to protect your health– connect with your healthcare team today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/HO4JAMU8lZE

2: See Your Healthcare Team
Knocking out spring cleaning? Make sure you’re adding a routine physical to your to-do list. Seeing your healthcare team is essential to understanding the important numbers regarding your cardiovascular health.#KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/HO4JAMU8lZE

3: Know Your Numbers
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women.  It’s essential to know your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels which are strong indicators of your cardiovascular health. Make an appointment today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/HO4JAMU8lZE

Dr. Jay Bhatt - Know Your Numbers

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1: Heart Disease is the #1 Killer
In America, someone dies from heart disease every 36 seconds. Connect with your healthcare team to understand your cardiovascular risk– book an appointment today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/SRWTa_4kjPU

2: Preventive Care Saves Lives
You can reduce your risk of death from heart disease. Take control of your health by connecting with your healthcare team today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/SRWTa_4kjPU

3: Learn More About Your Health
What’s your risk for heart disease? Connect with your healthcare team today to learn more and take control of your health.  #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/SRWTa_4kjPU

Ada Stewart MD - Know Your Numbers

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1: Prioritize Your Health
Connecting with your healthcare team can provide you with essential numbers affecting your cardiovascular system. Prioritize your health and make an appointment today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/H8VX0DP-uH0

2: Take Control of Your Health
Making an appointment with your healthcare team is a great way to take control of your health. Learn essential numbers affecting your cardiovascular health and live a healthier, happier life. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/H8VX0DP-uH0

3: Make an Appointment Today
If you’ve put off connecting with your healthcare team over the past two years, you’re not alone. Make an appointment to learn more about your health and take control of your life. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/H8VX0DP-uH0

Rachel Villaneuva MD - Know Your Numbers

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1: See Your Healthcare Team
See your healthcare team to reconnect, learn your numbers and put a spring in your step. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/xFnM5akNAxU

2: Spring is a Good Time to Improve Your Health
Spring is a good time to reconnect with your healthcare team. Find out your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose levels. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/xFnM5akNAxU

3: Know Your Numbers-Put a Spring in Your Step
Spring is here. Time to reconnect with your healthcare team, know your numbers and improve your health. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/xFnM5akNAxU

Tripp Logan - Know Your Numbers

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1: Find Out Your Risk for Heart Disease
Heart disease is the leading killer for all racial and ethnic groups in the United States, but for 75% of people, it is preventable. Find out if you have or are at risk for heart disease by visiting your healthcare provider. Make an appointment today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/BfRefFkUDJU

2: Connecting with Healthcare Providers
Have you been putting off your yearly physical? Make an appointment to connect with your healthcare team. They’ll evaluate your risk for cardiovascular disease and work with you to develop a plan to improve your health. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/BfRefFkUDJU

3: Take Action to Protect Your Heart Health
Did you know that many cardiovascular diseases are considered silent killers? Most heart conditions can be determined through routine examinations and can be managed with lifestyle changes or medication. Connect with your healthcare team to learn more about your heart health. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/BfRefFkUDJU

3: Take Action to Protect Your Heart Health
Did you know that many cardiovascular diseases are considered silent killers? Most heart conditions can be determined through routine examinations and can be managed with lifestyle changes or medication. Connect with your healthcare team to learn more about your heart health. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/BfRefFkUDJU

4: Find Out Your Risk for Heart Disease
What’s your risk for heart disease? To find out, make an appointment today with your healthcare team and get your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels checked. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/BfRefFkUDJU

Magdalena Wiesner - Know Your Numbers

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1: Estar Informada Sobre Su Salud
Una manera sencilla de estar informado sobre su salud es conocer su presión arterial y los valores de colesterol y azúcar en la sangre. ¡Haga una cita con su proveedor de salud hoy! #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/e0dYH_3PVkI

2: Conectarse con Su Proveedor de Salud
Le recomiendo a usted conectarse con su proveedor de salud para que se informe sobre sus niveles de presión arterial, colesterol y azúcar en la sangre en aras de un mejor año 2022. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/e0dYH_3PVkI

Tomi Daniel - Know Your Numbers

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1: Understand Your Health
A simple way to better understand your overall health is to know your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels. Connect with your healthcare provider today and schedule an appointment. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/0MYisQAi4eE

2: Connect with Your Healthcare Team
To better your health in 2022, it’s important to connect with your healthcare provider. Understanding your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar will allow you to make informed decisions and live a healthier life. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/0MYisQAi4eE

Camila D. Odio - Know Your Numbers (English)

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1: Take Care of Yourself
Do you devote a lot of time taking care of others, but not enough time taking care of yourself? Yearly physicals can provide insight into key numbers for your heart health. Take care of yourself and your family by scheduling an appointment today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/9s8_t8Y5dGA

2: Make an Appointment Today
Heart disease is the leading killer for all racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Connect with your healthcare team to learn your risk factors and find out how to improve your heart health. Make an appointment today. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/9s8_t8Y5dGA

Camila D. Odio - Know Your Numbers (Spanish)

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1: ¡Cuídase!
¿Dedica mucho tiempo al cuidado de otros, pero no suficiente tiempo a cuidarse? Un examen médico anual puede dar numerosos indicios claves sobre su salud cardiovascular.
¡Cuida de si mismo y de su familia agendando una cita hoy mismo! #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/YafBqFvNkTM

2: ¡Haz una cita hoy mismo!
Las enfermedades cardíacas son la causa principal de muerte de todos los grupos raciales y étnicos en los Estados Unidos. Comunicase con su equipo médico para conocer los factores de riesgo y determinar la forma de mejorar su salud cardíaca. ¡Haz una cita hoy mismo! #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/YafBqFvNkTM

Yvonne Commodo-Mensah - Know Your Numbers

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1: Impact of Heart Disease on African Americans
In the U.S., African Americans are 30% more likely than non-Hispanic Whites to die from heart disease. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Take control of your health by talking to your healthcare team about your heart health numbers. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/1PBaE5dXD4g

2: Black History Month and American Heart Month
February is Black History & American Heart Month. Celebrate by talking to your healthcare team about your heart health. Blacks are much more likely to have high blood pressure than non-Hispanic Whites, but it can be controlled. Knowing your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood glucose levels is the first step to living a healthier life. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/1PBaE5dXD4g

3: Racial and Ethnic
Heart disease is the leading killer for all racial and ethnic groups in the United States. To prevent heart disease, make an appointment today to see your healthcare team. #KnowYourNumbers2022 https://youtu.be/1PBaE5dXD4g

Dr. Keith C. Ferdinand - Know Your Numbers

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1: Protect Yourself From Heart Disease
Knowing your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar numbers can help you protect yourself from heart disease, the leading cause of death for men and women. See your healthcare team today to get your numbers and be healthy in 2022. https://youtu.be/DiCA4-8AL4M

2: Live a Healthier Life in 2022
Millions of people have put off visiting their healthcare team for preventive healthcare–have you? Make an appointment and learn the vital numbers about your heart health to live a healthier life in 2022. https://youtu.be/DiCA4-8AL4M

3: Improve Your Health
For men and women of most racial and ethnic groups in the U.S., knowing your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar levels is vital to maintaining good health. Make an appointment with your healthcare team to get your numbers and improve your health. https://youtu.be/DiCA4-8AL4M

Dr. Sharonne Hayes - Know Your Numbers

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1: Resolutions
Have you made a New Year’s resolution to be healthier in 2022? Sticking to this goal can be overwhelming. If you’re struggling with where to begin, consider this advice from Dr. Sharonne Hayes on how to get started on your health journey. https://youtu.be/lxXkUv01NSY

2: Take Control of Your Health
If you’re determined to improve your health this year, start with the basics. Dr. Sharonne Hayes of @MayoClinic shares how knowing your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose numbers can empower you to reach your goals. https://youtu.be/lxXkUv01NSY

3: Heart Health is Critical
With heart disease being the leading cause of death in the U.S., knowing important numbers about your heart health can keep you healthy and happy in the new year. Dr. Hayes shares what to ask during your next healthcare appointment. https://youtu.be/lxXkUv01NSY

Spokespeople

  • Image of Jay Bhatt, DO MPH MPA FACP
    Jay Bhatt, DO MPH MPA FACP
    Managing Director, Deloitte
  • Image of Yvonne Commodore-Mensah, PHD, MHS, RN
    Yvonne Commodore-Mensah, PHD, MHS, RN
    Assistant Professor of Nursing Johns Hopkins University
  • Image of Tomi Daniel
    Tomi Daniel
    Patient Advocate, SAC Health System San Bernardino, CA
  • Image of Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, Professor of Medicine
    Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, Professor of Medicine
    Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA
  • Image of Sharonne Hayes, MD, Cardiologist Internist
    Sharonne Hayes, MD, Cardiologist Internist
    Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
  • Image of Mark McEwen
    Mark McEwen
    Stroke Survivor, Former CBS Personality
  • Image of Tripp Logan, PharmD
    Tripp Logan, PharmD
    Community Pharmacist Charleston, MO
  • Image of Camila Odio, MD
    Camila Odio, MD
    Licensed Physician Washington, DC
  • Image of Ada D. Stewart, MD
    Ada D. Stewart, MD
    Board Chair American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Image of Rachel Villanueva, MD FACOG
    Rachel Villanueva, MD FACOG
    122nd National President National Medical Association
  • Image of Magdalena Wiesner
    Magdalena Wiesner
    Patient Advocate, SAC Health System San Bernardino, CA

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Funding For The Initiative is Provided by Esperion Therapeutics and Novartis Pharmaceutical Corporation