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A wellness check consists of 2 parts: a health risk assessment questionnaire and a biometric screening. It is personal and confidential, and because they contain personal health information, they are subject to the HIPAA Privacy laws. Participation in a wellness is completely voluntary and is not required of any employee.
Part 1: Health Risk Assessment Questionnaire
This is a tool that looks at a person’s behaviors and health history in order to determine individual health. The tool evaluates not only specific measurements, but also measures health habits that can include:
Part 2: Biometric Screening
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Absolutely not! No personal or identifying information will be released to your employer. A health assessment is completely confidential. The city only receives an aggregate report covering group figures, but no individual information will be included on this report. This aggregate data will aid the inBalance Employee Wellness program by identifying areas of greatest health risk which will offer guidance in creating programs to address health concerns.
Of course! In fact, we highly encourage it! inBalance wants to equip you with the tools and information you need to take responsibility for your individual health decisions. The results from your personal health questionnaire and biometric screening can be found online at MyBioCheck. Your results will be linked to your MyMercy Account so your physician can access them.
Yes! Mercy is offers the HRAs to spouses on the City’s insurance for FREE.
This year, registration is easier than ever! All you need to do is click the link below and follow the directions to register. If you have any issues or questions while register, you can contact Audrey Cova, email@example.com) or 417-864-1685.
Your assessment shouldn’t last much longer than 20 minutes!
Before your health assessment:
If you are unable to attend any of the set dates for the 2020 health assessment, please contact Audrey Cova, firstname.lastname@example.org or 417-864-1685.
There is no specific dress code for an HRA, but a tip for your clothing choice of the day would be to wear a short sleeve shirt or one with sleeves that can be rolled up. This will provide easy access to your arm for both the blood draw and blood pressure check.
Your free health assessment will include:
Optional tests are offered for an additional and can be paid for on location through cash, check, or credit card. For updated list of available tests, please email Audrey Cova, email@example.com.
Absolutely! In fact, we encourage you to do both! Did your physical examination include blood-work? If not, it is a great idea to participate in a health assessment which provides these services for free! Want to participate but don’t want to do the blood-work again? No problem! If you have completed your blood-work in the past 12 months and still want to participate in the HRA, you can check your lab results to make sure they include the following:
If so, bring a copy of these results to your HRA appointment. When in doubt, complete your lab tests at the HRA as all of the lab results assist us in providing the most accurate wellness picture for you and the City of Springfield.
Your results will be mailed and uploaded to My BioCheck profile within 2 weeks after the completion of your health assessment. If you haven’t received your report after 2 weeks, please call 417-820-2325 to request your report.