Biometric Screening

Biometric Assessment











From Baseline to Sublime

Health screenings are a valuable diagnostic tool used to identify employee population health-risk and disease prevalence. Data can be used to create meaningful wellness initiatives to target and improve health-status, thus reducing incidence and severity of costly health-risk categories. Baseline and post-intervention screenings is critical in determining the efficacy of wellness program and calculating projected ROI.

Health screenings can be administered on-site, but must be booked ~3 months in advance, some restrictions apply. Alternatively, health screenings can be conducted in local off-site locations, whereby individual participants are responsible for their appointments.

Medical recommendations:

Under 45 years of age = Biometric screening

Biometric Screening includes: Health Risk Assessment, height, weight, BMI, waist circumference, blood pressure, blood lipid levels, blood glucose levels

Over 45 years of age = Biometric + cardiovascular disease screening

Cardiovascular disease screening is an ultrasound scan of carotid artery, atria, abdominal aorta, and peripheral arteries to determine prevalence of disease state (plaques, fibrillation, and aneurysms, respectively).