A 360° care plan to treat high cholesterol
Introducing our Cholesterol CarePathway™, a program designed by our medical experts to help you combat high cholesterol with FDA-approved medication, regular testing, and personalized support — all from the comfort of home.
Special introductory price of just $39 a month
Manage your heart health from home
Start this CarePathway™ for just $39 per month with our introductory offer, which will last for one full year after purchase. Order your test today to see if you're eligible. This price covers all aspects of your care, including:
Regular tests to track your progress
Clinically reviewed results and ongoing guidance
This treatment plan starts with a call
If you are eligible for our Cholesterol CarePathway™, our team of clinical experts will call you. If you want to reach us directly, you can call us at (877) 870-2116.
How does our Cholesterol CarePathway™ work?
The treatment plan that works with your schedule, not against it.
Is the Cholesterol CarePathway™ right for you?
When it comes to high cholesterol, the most common symptom is no symptom at all, which means your risk could be elevated without you even realizing it. That’s where we come in. Once you've taken our Cholesterol test, our team of experts will determine your eligibility and guide your next steps.
Available for those aged 40-75. Not suitable if you are on statins. Check our FAQs for more suitability information.
Start treatment for just over $1 a day
Our Cholesterol CarePathway™ was designed by board-certified physicians and clinical experts and guided by AHA and ACC recommendations.
Still have questions?
Here are some questions we usually get about LetsGetChecked. If you would like yours answered, please get in touch.
The LetsGetChecked Cholesterol CarePathway™ is an at-home health plan to combat high cholesterol levels. Patients eligible for the Cholesterol CarePathway get so much more than prescribed medication delivered to their door. For a special introductory price of just $39 a month*, patients have continued access to personalized support from our healthcare team and pharmacists, a scheduled retesting plan, and helpful information written by experts to support positive lifestyle changes.
*This offer of $39 per month will last for one year after purchase.
The LetsGetChecked Cholesterol CarePathway™ is an at-home health plan to combat high cholesterol levels.
You might be eligible for treatment via the Cholesterol CarePathway™ if:
You are between 40–75 years
Your LDL is between 130–189 mg/dL
Your ASCVD Score is >7.5%
You have no known history of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease
As your safety is our top priority, eligibility for the Cholesterol CarePathway™ is at the discretion of our prescribing clinicians and will not be suitable for everyone. Some people with other conditions or risk factors may not be eligible to receive treatment through LetsGetChecked as in-person evaluation by a healthcare provider may be required. Our healthcare team will advise you of appropriate next steps to take if our CarePathway™ is not available to you.
Due to state regulations, we cannot provide medication in every State.
Please click here for the list of States where we cannot offer treatment.
The ASCVD (atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease) risk score is a national guideline developed by the American College of Cardiology. It is a calculation of your 10-year risk of having a cardiovascular problem, such as a heart attack or stroke. Our prescribing clinicians will calculate your ASCVD for you if your health profile indicates you might be eligible for treatment through LetsGetChecked.
This depends on the type of medication that you are taking. It’s important to inform us of any medication that you are taking and to contact us if you start any new medication.
Always inform any and all providers of any medication that you are taking.
Yes, it is safe and effective to treat high cholesterol via telemedicine in the majority of cases and lowering LDL cholesterol can help to reduce your risk of having a stroke or heart attack. Diagnostic tests such as the LetsGetChecked Cholesterol and Diabetes & Heart tests can identify people who may benefit from lowering their LDL cholesterol using well-understood metrics. These tests also help us to ensure that the medication is working well for you. Treatment with a cholesterol-lowering medication called a statin is an evidence-based, globally accepted way of effectively reducing high LDL cholesterol. Online treatment through LetsGetChecked includes access to licensed clinicians and pharmacists who will remain engaged with you throughout your journey. To assess progress, additional tests will be shipped to your home.
Telemedicine will not be suitable for everybody. Some people with certain medical conditions or risk factors may not qualify to receive treatment through LetsGetChecked. This is because your safety is our priority and in-person evaluation by a health care provider may be required. Some people may prefer to attend a healthcare provider for a face-to-face consultation. In these cases, our medical team can advise you of your next steps.
We can provide cholesterol-lowering medication delivered directly to your door in most states but, due to state regulations, we cannot provide medication in every State.
Please click here for the list of States where we cannot offer treatment.
The LetsGetChecked Cholesterol CarePathway™ was designed by board-certified physicians and consultant cardiologist in line with AHA and ACC recommendations. If you are eligible and opt-in to be treated with LetsGetChecked, our medical and pharmacy teams will be there to support you at every step.
Having diabetes will not immediately exclude you from being able to receive treatment through the Cholesterol CarePathway™. Some people with a very high LDL cholesterol or those who have certain other conditions or risk factors may not qualify to receive treatment through LetsGetChecked. This is because your safety is our priority. In these cases, in-person evaluation by a provider may be required.
No. The cholesterol-lowering medications provided by LetsGetChecked are called statins. Statin medications are not suitable for use during pregnancy. The FDA has categorized statins in pregnancy as category X, or contraindicated. If you are pregnant, think you might be pregnant, or, if it is possible that you could become pregnant, please do not take statins and discuss a suitable management plan with your doctor.
A LetsGetChecked prescribing clinician will choose the right medication for you based on your test results and your health history. The medication chosen is most likely to be one of the following:
You can cancel your Cholesterol CarePathway™. Please call us in order to do so. For your safety, if you cancel your Cholesterol CarePathway™ you will need to follow up with your local healthcare provider to continue treatment.
For your safety, it is not recommended to leave gaps in your treatment, therefore, CarePathways cannot be paused. The medication prescribed as part of the Cholesterol CarePathway™ should be taken daily unless otherwise instructed by a physician.
We don’t accept insurance at this time. We work to keep our tests as affordable as possible and our test costs are generally lower than the costs incurred from a trip to a healthcare provider.
We accept many Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) cards. They can be used in the same way that a debit or credit card would be used at checkout.
1. Do I have to enroll in the Cholesterol CarePathway™ in order to take the Cholesterol test?
The Cholesterol test can be taken without having to enroll in the Cholesterol CarePathway™.
The Cholesterol CarePathway™ is an optional service we offer to eligible customers to combat high cholesterol levels from the comfort and convenience of home.
2. What is the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease?
Cardiovascular disease can lead to heart attacks and strokes and in many cases these are preventable. Primary prevention involves taking steps to prevent the onset of a disease. Primary prevention for cardiovascular disease includes making healthier lifestyle choices, especially when it comes to your diet, exercise, and quitting smoking. For some people who are at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease, a healthy lifestyle can be complemented by medication as part of their primary prevention.
3. Can I get my prescription sent to my local pharmacy?
LetsGetChecked directly ships your medication as part of the treatment plan. This is one of the most convenient factors of the program. No more standing in line. Our pharmacist will be in touch with you once your medication is prescribed and you can speak to them with any questions or concerns you might have about your medication. Please provide a full list of medications and supplements you take when you sign up to the Cholesterol CarePathway™ for our clinicians and pharmacists and keep us informed of any changes thereafter.
4. I’m already taking cholesterol-lowering medication as prescribed by my doctor, can I switch to get my prescription from LetsGetChecked?
At the moment, only patients who have not previously been prescribed statin medication for high cholesterol can be treated on the Cholesterol CarePathway™. We hope to expand our offering to patients already on cholesterol-lowering medication who wish to switch to LetsGetChecked in the near future.
5. What kind of support do you offer as part of the Cholesterol CarePathway™?
Our healthcare team are available to provide support at every step of your journey to improving your health.