A Powerful Tool for Your Wellness Program
Bravo Wellness is committed to motivating and sustaining healthy behavior changes for your participants. A participant’s health risk assessment (HRA) is a powerful tool for risk identification, follow-up intervention delivery and trend tracking over time.
Learn how we use state-of-the-art HRA questionnaire tools to emphasize health education and behavior change that leads to long-term health risk reduction.
A Tool for Healthy Change
At Bravo Wellness, we use state-of-the-art health risk assessment (HRA) questionnaire technology as a tool to predict the risk of onset and progression related to multiple chronic diseases. As a first-line to risk identification, the HRA helps guide follow-up intervention delivery and our ability to track your participant’s improved health over time.
By completing the HRA, we’re giving participants powerful information to promote their good health and the knowledge to guide your program’s long-term success.
What does a health risk assessment provide?
Health risk assessment (HRA) questionnaires offered by Bravo Wellness accurately identify and quantify the risk for nine major chronic diseases, including: coronary heart disease, diabetes, stroke, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and lung, breast, colon and prostate cancer.
By completing a multi-dimensional risk analysis that is clinically-validated and grounded in the latest medical science, the HRA:
- Predicts individual disease risk compared to similar populations
- Identifies modifiable risk factors
- Addresses risk related to ethnicity
How long does it take to complete a health risk assessment?
On average, an HRA takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Bravo also gives participants the opportunity to complete the HRA during the online registration process.
Are health risk assessments compliant with federal law?
Health risk assessments completed through Bravo are confidential, secure and compliant with all regulations, including Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA). A summary report is provided to the employer, but individual results are not shared.