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The human cost of tobacco use is on the rise, impacting mental and physical health while increasing common chronic condition risks.

With Pivot Breathe, reducing tobacco use amongst health plan members is now easier and more effective.

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50 million people in the U.S. use tobacco,
costing health plans hundreds of millions of dollars yearly.

Tobacco cessation is essential to manage chronic conditions and improve health outcomes

Tobacco use impacts a variety of comorbidities, like diabetes, cancer, asthma, COPD, and mental health in the short- and long-term, leading to excess, easily preventable member medical costs.

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Cardiovascular
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Quitting reduces chances of a major coronary event by more than 50% in one to three years.

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Mental Health
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Tobacco users are more likely to experience depression and anxiety. While smoking and vaping increase stress, cessation has been proven to reduce it.

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Diabetes
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Tobacco consumption can raise blood sugar levels, is associated with insulin resistance, and increases the risk of diabetic complications.

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COPD
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Tobacco use causes 80-90% of COPD cases. Quitting is the only reliable way to stop or slow progression.

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Cancer
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40% of all cancer is related to smoking. Quitting improves the prognosis of cancer patients.

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Musculoskeletal
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Tobacco use causes a 17% increased risk of bone fractures by age 60.

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Provide Your Members With the Better Tobacco Cessation Program

Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable illness and death in the U.S. Chances are, your members are affected, and it may be costing you in more ways than one. That's why having an effective tobacco cessation solution is so important.

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75%

Members find motivation increases 75% with use of the Breath Sensor

24/7

Pivot's mobile app is available 24/7 for around the clock support

3.6x

Members find 3.6x more success when working with a Pivot coach

Pivot’s program is highly engaging and produces real results, inspiring better health outcomes

Scientifically-backed

Pivot Breathe provides a fresh approach to quitting by utilizing breakthrough technology, developed by the industry’s leading experts and medical professionals.

The program employs proven cognitive behavioral science techniques and evidence-based quit methods to help at all stages of quit.

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Clinically-proven

Pivot Breathe’s FDA-cleared carbon monoxide (CO) Breath Sensor allows members to track progress, and is clinically-proven to increase motivation and reduce the number of cigarettes smoked per day.

Additionally, numerous clinical trials and peer reviewed publications ensure that health plans have an effective program to offer their members, including clinically-demonstrated multi-year outcomes.

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Tobacco cessation is essential to chronic condition management and healthier populations

Reaching those who use tobacco has never been easier with Pivot Breathe. Enroll more people and gain detailed program insights with Pivot Breathe - all with minimal effort on your end.

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High member enrollment and engagement
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Tap into Pivot Breathe marketing experts to reach all tobacco users. Access seasonal campaigns optimized to drive engagement and increase enrollment by up to 10x in comparison to standard tobacco cessation programs.

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Outcomes insights
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Receive detailed insights into program performance, including savvy, data-driven outcomes and success measures through demographic reporting.

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Enhanced member satisfaction
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Members love the Breath Sensor and personalized Pivot Breathe program experience, driving loyalty and program adherence for successful outcomes.

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Easy implementation and maintenance
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Pivot Breathe is up and running in around 30-60 days. Specify program requirements, engage in testing, and review marketing materials — then let the Pivot Breathe marketing team handle the rest!

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Secure and compliant
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Pivot is HIPAA-compliant and has obtained SOC 1 and SOC 2 clearance. The Breath Sensor is the first FDA-cleared carbon monoxide device, available to program members who smoke cigarettes.

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Secure and compliant

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Real-world success stories

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I have much less anxiety and stress. I am not trying to figure out how to buy more cig[arette]s when I have no money.

Sarah

I love my new enhanced senses of smell/taste. I love not always feeling like I need to stop what I’m doing to go smoke. I truly love not spending all that money every day!

John

I liked the idea that the Breath Sensor showed me what I was doing to my body. It gave me a bit of science behind it.

Peggy

I was so moved by my first breath sample that it motivated me to quit smoking. This thing sold itself right there.

Robert

I was more interested in seeing the graph about the sensor readings than I was about smoking at times.

Rey

A few weeks after quitting I realized that I was actually more relaxed and at ease. It occurred to me that smoking actually intensified my stress levels instead of helping.

Joe

Real-world success stories

I have much less anxiety and stress. I am not trying to figure out how to buy more cig[arette]s when I have no money.

Sarah

I love my new enhanced senses of smell/taste. I love not always feeling like I need to stop what I’m doing to go smoke. I truly love not spending all that money every day!

John

I liked the idea that the Breath Sensor showed me what I was doing to my body. It gave me a bit of science behind it.

Peggy

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