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Plain and simple, you can’t change what you can’t measure. When it comes to containing healthcare costs and improving personal health, a Health Risk Assessment is one of the most critical components in the entire health management process. With this HRA you'll receive the important health information you need in one easy-to-understand personal health report.

Why You Should Take This Assessment

Completing your Health Risk Assessment (PHA) means you are concerned about your well-being and motivated to make the most of your health. The goal for this health survey is to assess your likelihood of developing common medical problems or injuries in the future. Understanding these risks will help you to make active, informed decisions about your health. You will gain a better sense of your overall physical, mental, and emotional health and learn how to improve your health habits.

How Much Time Will This Assessment Take?

Approximately 10 minutes

How To Prepare

Before starting, you should gather the following information, if you have it:

  • Total cholesterol
  • HDL cholesterol
  • Blood pressure numbers

However, you can still benefit from this assessment, even if you don't have this information.

What You'll Get At The End

  • An explanation of your important risks
  • Recommended action steps for reducing your risks
  • Links to additional reading

What Health Issues Does The PHRA Address?

Specifically, the PHRA incorporates an individual’s personal health information, family health history, and general health status and correlates it with the following health issues:

Blood Pressure   Tobacco Use   Emotional Health   Alcohol Use
Cholesterol   Exercise    Nutrition   Sun Protection
Dental Health   Safety    Men's Health   Women's Health

 

 

 

Does The PHRA Incorporate The Stages Of Change?

Yes! The PHRA is stage-based and provides participants with questions and report information that address all of the stages of change.