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1901, 2017

Increased Work Hours = Increased Waistlines

By |January 19th, 2017|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

We asked over 20,000 people five simple lifestyle questions and then performed biometric screenings on all of them to measure BMI/Waist, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol & Blood Sugar levels.  Our 3 findings surprised even us. The [...]

2111, 2016

Biometric Screenings are What?

By |November 21st, 2016|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Google “What is a biometric screening?” and you’ll get any number of articles that describe biometric screenings as “a measurement of physical attributes such as height, weight, blood pressure and more – that can be [...]

2809, 2016

Why Is Self-Reporting Acceptable Within Employee Wellness?

By |September 28th, 2016|Categories: Best Practices, Blog|1 Comment

If your organization has an employee wellness program, you likely pay to have biometric screenings performed on your employees by a third party.  Why?  There really is just one answer to this question – it’s because [...]

1708, 2016

Point-of-Care “FingerStick” A1c Health Screenings STILL PROHIBITED

By |August 17th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Compliance|0 Comments

Based on the enormous response to our last blog, 7 Lesser-Known Biometric Screening Regulations, it is apparent that several people were still not aware that POINT-OF-CARE “FINGERSTICK” HbA1c SCREENINGS AT THE WORKSITE IS PROHIBITED UNDER [...]

1108, 2016

Tony Romo is Overweight; Russell Wilson is Clinically Obese. Why BMI for Athletes May Not Be Correct.

By |August 11th, 2016|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Tony Romo recently made headlines due to a picture released with reports that he is overweight. In the picture he was wearing body protection which made Romo’s torso appear more robust than his actual body. [...]

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