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Know more, worry less. Comprehensive Health Screening turns fear into empowerment, giving your employees peace of mind and more time to focus on what matters most. By detecting potential health issues early, we help keep your team safe, secure, and focused on creating value, not just income.

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Tools for lifestyle screening wellbeing initiatives.

Strategies to support wellbeing

Increased employee understanding.

What our clients say

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Know More, Worry Less. Comprehensive Health Screening turns fear into empowerment, giving your employees peace of mind and more time to focus on what matters most. By detecting potential health issues early, we help keep your team safe, secure, and focused on creating value, not just income.

Key benefits

  • Personalised Health Assessments: Tailored health screening services offer individualised health assessments based on specific health needs and risk factors, providing personalised insights and recommendations for proactive health management and preventive care.
  • Efficient Health Monitoring: Customised health screening ensures efficient and targeted monitoring of key health indicators, enabling early detection of health risks, timely interventions, and personalised health monitoring strategies for improved health outcomes.
  • Cost-Effective Preventive Care: Personalised health screening strategies optimise preventive care by focusing on tailored screenings and assessments, reducing overall healthcare costs associated with reactive care and promoting a culture of early intervention and proactive health management.
  • Enhanced Health Awareness: Role-specific health screening enhances health awareness by providing targeted screenings, education, and follow-up recommendations that empower individuals to take ownership of their health, make informed decisions, and prioritise preventive care for improved well-being.
  • Strategic Health Insights: Customised health screening insights empower strategic decision-making for HR Managers, enabling targeted health interventions, risk assessment, and preventive measures that align with organisational health and wellness goals and prioritise employee health and safety.
  • Empowering Employee Well-being: Personalised health screening services demonstrate care for employees, fostering engagement, loyalty, and proactive health management by providing tailored screenings, education, and support that empower individuals to prioritise their health, make positive lifestyle changes, and achieve optimal well-being.
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Frequently asked questions

Health Screening questionnaires are the first step in introducing a more comprehensive approach to the individual health and wellbeing of your employees. They are structured and organised in a way that helps people understand more about their own personal health.

Working environments that actively promote the health and wellbeing of their individual employees are more productive and ensure staff feel valued through implementation of an effective Health Screening programme. The most successful Health Screening programmes are supported with a robust Health Promotion strategy, which ensures that your workforce is fit to work within their roles.

This all helps to build understanding and resilience in the workplace and also help to inform how people can prevent ill health and support themselves better before stressors become a real issue.

HR departments that adopt a formal Health Screening programme can expect to see a healthier and more positive culture amongst their employees.

Only the employee can see their own Health Screening results. General trends that are anonymised can be viewed by the employer.

An appointment will be given and an employee will be invited to attend a clinic where they will be asked a series of questions and undertake a number of basic investigations (eg. BP, pulse and a small blood test). The results and any identified risks will be presented to the employee with advice in the form of a letter that they can show their GP if required.

Health surveillance is legally required for certain risks and is focused on occupational health. Health screening is broader, targeting various health issues and often voluntary.

Extremely important, to maintain trust and encourage participation. Screening results must be handled with the utmost privacy.

Health screening involves testing for diseases or health conditions before symptoms appear. It’s important for early detection, allowing for earlier intervention and treatment, which can significantly improve outcomes.

Common screenings include blood pressure checks, cholesterol levels, diabetes risk assessments, vision and hearing tests, and mental health evaluations.

Screenings are usually conducted by healthcare professionals, such as nurses or occupational health specialists, either on-site or through external services.

Personal health information should be handled according to strict confidentiality protocols, with results shared only with the individual, except in aggregate form for overall health initiatives.

Participation is typically voluntary, but employers often encourage participation through incentives and by communicating the benefits.

Yes, by identifying health issues early, interventions can be less invasive, less costly, and more effective, reducing overall healthcare expenses.

Sensitive health information should be stored securely, accessed only by authorised personnel, and shared only with the explicit consent of the employee.

The frequency varies by type of screening and individual risk factors, but annual screenings for certain tests are common practice.

Yes, screenings can and should be tailored to address the most relevant health risks based on demographics such as age, gender, and known risk factors.

Technology can facilitate scheduling, reminders, delivery of results, and tracking of health metrics over time, making the process more efficient and accessible.

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