Take a Comprehensive Health Risk Assessment

Take a Comprehensive Health Risk AssessmentThe foods you eat, the stress you feel and the activities you do all affect your health. Now you can find out how by completing our comprehensive health risk assessment (HRA).

The HRA is a free confidential online assessment provided in collaboration with INTERVENT. Over 1.5 million individuals have participated in INTERVENT’s programs. The HRA considers your lifestyle habits and health history to determine how healthy you are and whether you’re at risk for certain chronic diseases or illnesses. It only takes about 15 minutes to complete.

Once you complete the HRA, you will immediately receive a wealth of useful information individually tailored for you. Plus, you’ll be able to take advantage of our CardioSmart OnCall lifestyle management programs where you can receive personalized guidance on how to eat more healthfully, manage your weight, reduce your stress level and much more.

Please click here to complete the free HRA today and find out more about your health and steps you can take to protect it.

Frequently Asked Questions

The foods you eat, the stress you feel and the activities you do all affect your health. Now you can find out how by completing our health risk assessment (HRA). Our HRA is a free confidential online assessment that considers your lifestyle habits and health history to determine how healthy you are and whether you’re at risk for certain chronic diseases or illnesses. It only takes about 15 minutes to complete.

Once you complete the HRA, you will immediately receive a free report about your current health that includes personalized goals and an action plan for health improvement. You’ll also get a wealth of other useful free information individually tailored for you. Plus, should you elect to do so, you’ll be able to enroll in one of our affordable CardioSmart OnCall lifestyle management programs. These programs will help you eat better, become more physically active, manage your weight, increase your physical activity, reduce your stress level, give up tobacco if necessary and much more.

Want to learn more about our HRA? See the answers to other common questions related to the HRA below.

Our HRA asks many important questions about your medical history and current health status, medications and lifestyle habits. There are no right or wrong answers, so being completely truthful is important. Of course, all of your information is confidential and completely secure.

After completing the HRA, you’ll learn how healthy you currently are and if you are at risk for certain diseases, such as type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, stroke, the metabolic syndrome or cancer. If you find you have modifiable risk factors or you have certain conditions, you will learn about steps to reduce your risks by making lifestyle changes and about the importance of following any treatment plan that may currently apply to you.

The results of your HRA will be available to you immediately when you have answered all the questions. Your reports include a brief scorecard with a wellness score and heart age. In addition to detailed reports about your risk factors, habits and other conditions, you’ll get a report that is appropriate to share with your doctor or health care provider. You may download and print any parts of the report that you want to keep.

We need your current height and weight to complete your report. Ideally, you should also have available other measures, such as your waist measurement, blood pressure and fasting cholesterol, triglycerides and blood glucose levels. Your blood test should have been completed within the past 12 months. Your most recent results can be used as long as you have not started or changed dosage of a medication that you take on a daily basis (especially cholesterol-lowering medication, blood pressure medication, thyroid medication, hormone replacement therapy and cortisone or other steroids) or made significant lifestyle changes since having the blood test. Your health care provider can perform the fasting blood test for you or recommend a laboratory that can perform the test. “Fasting” means not eating any food (including mints or gum) or drinking any beverages other than water for at least eight hours prior to the blood test. You may take medications as directed. Even if you are not able to fast for eight hours before the blood test, your HRA will still provide valuable information about your health.

CardioSmart and INTERVENT will use your individual information primarily to provide you with feedback and determine your eligibility for health management programs that can benefit your health. Neither your employer nor your health plan will know your results. If your information is aggregated as part of a group report, your information will be de-identified so that it can’t be linked to you. Your health information goes into our secure database so that we can continue to study and develop the most promising practices for helping people make changes to their lifestyles and health. With your permission, we may share your results with your personal doctor or health care provider.