Health Risk Assessments

Being health aware isn’t just about eating well or staying active. It’s also about knowing your potential risks. Our free health risk assessments are used to provide you with an evaluation of your health risk today, 5 years down the road, 10 years down the road, or for a lifetime. 

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Cancer Care

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Gastroenterology Care

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Acid Reflux

Take this quick assessment to find out if you have symptoms of acid reflux disease as well as what may be impacting your symptoms.

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Heart Care

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Heart Health Assessment

Have you ever wondered how healthy your heart is? This quick heart health risk assessment can compare your actual age to your heart's biological age, as well as calculate your risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

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Neuro and Stroke Care

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Strokes are the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States. Take our stroke risk assessment to estimate your personal risk of having a stroke, and identify your stroke risk factors and how to improve them.

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Ortho and Sports Medicine

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Knee and Hip Joint Pain

Wondering what your knee and hip pain means? Or what you can do to alleviate that pain? Take this knee and hip assessment to find out how well your joints are functioning and how joint pain affects your quality of life.

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Weight Loss

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Health Risk Assessment (HRA)?

A Health Risk Assessment (HRA) is a questionnaire to estimate your personal health risk and identify your risk factors for a certain condition, illness, or disease. The assessment will also tell you what you can do to lower your risk in the future.

What information do I need to complete the Health Risk Assessment (HRA)?

The Health Risk Assessment (HRA) starts with general background questions and proceeds on to ask about symptoms you are having and pre-existing conditions. Many of the HRAs will ask you to know or estimate screening results such as blood pressure or cholesterol levels. If you cannot estimate or do not know the answers, don't worry.

How do I get the results of the Health Risk Assessment (HRA)?

You will have to fill out required information such as your first and last name, zip code, and email address. All of this information is kept private, according to the privacy policy you agree to upon beginning the HRA.