Maximize Profits and Attract New Clients With webFCE’s Health Risk Assessment (HRA) Software!

Health risk assessments (HRAs) are used by employers, insurance carriers, and individuals to improve health and reduce health care costs. Health care clinics can partner with employers by offering HRAs to help them cut costs. Clinics can also market HRAs to individuals who are looking to lead a healthier lifestyle.

HRA assessments are extremely valuable to anyone interested in health, wellness, and fitness. Our studies have shown that people will pay for these assessments. HRAs only take 10 to 15 minutes to complete, but can exponentially increase your clinic’s revenue.

Completing an HRA is fast, comprehensive and as easy as 1,2,3!

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What Does a Health Risk Assessment Consist of?

A health risk assessment includes the following tests:
1.Peer-reviewed health and lifestyle questionnaires that address:

  • Mental health functioning
  • Physical health functioning
  • Lifestyle habits

2. Assessment of vital signs including:

  • Heart rate (pulse)
  • Blood pressure
  • Pulse oximetry
  • Respirations

3. Physical measurements like:

  • Height/weight
  • Waist circumference
  • Hip circumference
  • Neck circumference
  • Wrist circumference

Our HRA software generates a detailed report that provides information regarding the individual’s:

  • Perceived mental health, physical health, and lifestyle habits
  • Body composition analysis
  • Metabolic analysis
  • Vital sign analysis
  • Anthropometric calculation assessment
  • Possible health risk factors, like obesity and osteoporosis

The key to any health-related assessment is tracking progress over time. Our HRA software allows for easy tracking of an individual’s health by providing an overall health score.

Health Risk Assessments Can Improve Your Clients’ Health

Health risk assessments can provide individuals with feedback on how to lead healthier lives and can also inform them of any chronic diseases they may be at risk for. In other words, HRAs can improve an individual’s self awareness and motivation to make positive lifestyle changes.

Health risk assessments address the following topics:

Nutrition Fitness
Weight loss Metabolic capabilities
Body composition Biometrics
Lifestyle habits
(Fantastic Lifestyle Assessment)

Family and friends
Physical activity
Tobacco and toxins
Alcohol intake
Stress and safe sex
Type of behavior (type A or type B behavior)
Insight and career (satisfaction with profession)

Physical & Mental Health (RAND SF-36)

Physical functioning (PF)
Role-physical (RP)
Bodily pain (BP)
General health (GH)
Vitality (VT)
Social functioning (SF)
Role-emotional (RE)
Mental health (MH)

The subscale scores can also be combined into physical (PCS) and mental (MCS)

Note: The RAND SF-36 Health is the most widely used generic health survey for the general population. Its use has been documented in over 1000 publications.1,2 The questions in the SF-36 are simple to understand and relevant to most people’s lives.

1. Ware JE Jr. SF-36 health survey update. Spine (Phila PA 1976). 2000:25(24);3130-3139.
2. Ware JE, Kosinski M, and Keller SK. (1994). SF-36 Physical and Mental Health Summary Scales: A User’s Manual. Boston, MA: The Health Institute.