Lasting change begins with knowledge
Employees must understand their current health and modifiable risk factors to improve their health. As an employer, you must understand your workforce's current overall health to ensure that your health and wellness programs are having a positive impact on health care cost trends.
Workpartners’ assessments and screenings encourage employees to take an active role in managing their health while helping you build a long-lasting culture of health.
- Employee health needs and interest survey—Gives an initial picture of employee health and wellness interests, allowing employees to connect with resources available at work and in their personal lives. You will gain an understanding of employees’ communication preferences, health programming interests, and desired incentives, which helps guide strategic program development.
- Health risk assessment—Provides employees with information about health risk and modifiable risk factors, and gives you an aggregate assessment of employees’ current health status. This drives recommendations for program and engagement strategy design and allows for annual program evaluation.
- Biometric screening—Offers employees screening for several common and chronic conditions, such as elevated blood pressure, blood glucose, and cholesterol, and recommends follow-up steps. You'll gain an understanding of your population’s health awareness level and current health status. A variety of biometric screening models are available to fit organizational preferences: at home, remote, basic on site, and enhanced on site.
- Fitness assessment—Determines an employee’s cardiovascular fitness, body composition, muscle strength, and flexibility. Employees can review results immediately with a health screening specialist. You'll have a better understanding of your employees’ health and receive practical applications and interventions to improve employee health and fitness.