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