The Mayo Clinic Health Assessment can be customized to reflect organizational health priorities, and custom messages and links to organization-specific resources and can be positioned to connect users to risk-appropriate information
Mayo Clinic Health Assessment can also be integrated with your employee health risk assessment programs to meet your organization's needs. The Mayo Clinic Health Assessment is a state-of-the-art self-assessment that covers 11 risk factors, readiness-to-change, personal medical history, cancer screenings, immunizations and more.
The survey uses sophisticated branching logic to present the participant with questions specific to gender, age and risks. You may also add custom questions to the Health Assessment to reflect your organizational health priorities and interests such as productivity. Immediately on completion of the survey, the participant is directed to a comprehensive My Health section, summarizing the individual's risk profile, including both health risks and health strengths, with tailored messages that guide the user to information and links to relevant resources on your Mayo Clinic EmbodyHealth portal.
Custom messages and links to organization-specific resources are also available, connecting your population to risk-appropriate information and programs your organization offers.
You may also add custom links and messages to the My Health section directing users to your resources and programs related to each risk. Through customizable informed consent screens, we produce comprehensive Health Assessment Participation Reports that provide contact information for high-risk people to engage them in relevant health management programs.
You will also have access to online Health Assessment group, benchmarking and cohort reports, providing you with detailed information on population health risks, readiness-to-change and patterns over time.
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