What is a biometric health screening and why do companies do them?

Biometric screenings collect valuable data that can help employers identify opportunities to reduce health risks and health care costs while improving the workforce’s health status, productivity, and performance. Most commonly, employers seek to aggregate the physical characteristics of their workforce, which includes data such as height, weight, body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, blood cholesterol, and blood glucose. Onsite Health Diagnostics offers solutions right where your employees are, conducting biometric screenings at the worksite. The data can be assessed as “wellness at a point in time” or as part of a workplace health assessment to benchmark and evaluate changes in participant health over time. We accommodate all industries, from high-security settings and government entities to manufacturing facilities running multiple shifts. Our professional marketing flyer templates were created to assist employers in driving screening event participation. Once your event concludes, we’ll even share data files with your trusted third-party vendors so that you can analyze the data and implement strategies to improve overall population health.

Onsite Health Diagnostics offers solutions that work for your employees, customizing your event to complete the biometric screening where you want: onsite, lab, pharmacy, the employee’s primary care physician, or through a home test kit. Whichever options you choose can be scheduled through our customizable portal. Our pricing strategy is transparent and includes an option that allows us to cover the nation without requiring the site minimums demanded by other screening companies in the industry.

Onsite Biometric Screenings

Our Pricing Options Mean Flexibility to Work with Your Organization’s Needs.

Any medical test is done through Blood Analysis.

 

Venipuncture:​
40 Bundled Panels
75 Individuals Tests

Fingerstick:​
79 Bundled Panels​
75 Individuals Tests

Standard Screening Service "Included in Price" OHDCompetitors
Bilingual Onsite Techs/ MaterialsIncluded
Eligibility file uploadIncluded
Third party registrationIncluded
Event set up and break downIncluded
Bilingual Call CenterIncluded
Exit counselingIncluded
Privacy screensIncluded
3 to 1 Staffing Included
Dedicated Account Manager and Client Service Coordinator for each client Included
Performance Guarantees based on client satisfaction and execution of services Included
Customized Event Management System Included
Team Lead at every eventIncluded
Aggregate Summary ReportIncluded
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300,000

Screenings Per Year

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In Over 1,600 Locations

What to Expect at Your Onsite Biometric Screening

What to Expect at Your Onsite Biometric Screening

To help control healthcare costs and encourage employees to stay healthy, more organizations are implementing on-site biometric screenings. This naturally leads to the question: What does a biometric health screening include?

OHD screens more than 300,000 individuals every year across North America. No two wellness screenings are exactly alike, but in general, here is what you can expect, and how you can help ensure your onsite health screening is quick and accurate.

Before the Health Screening

Your organization’s dedicated representative will contact you and provide the date, time range, and place of the event.

You will be provided with a link to sign up and schedule a wellness screening appointment via a secure online registration portal.

You will receive instructions on how to prepare for your biometric screening. If your particular screening requires that you fast prior to testing, it is important to follow the fasting instructions as strictly as possible, to ensure accurate measurements at the event. (Certain results, such as triglycerides and LDL, are greatly affected by not fasting.)

At the Health Screening Event

The day of the event, our team of screening professionals will be set up in a predetermined area at your location. (We strive to be efficient and respectful of your time. To help us in this goal, please arrive as close to your scheduled time as possible.)

You will be signed in and the screening process will begin.

Each organization selects a set of biometric measures to record. Our most common measures are:

Recording your height, weight, and waist measurements

Taking your blood pressure

Taking a blood sample either by finger prick or by venipuncture (Once blood samples are obtained and metrics recorded your captured results will be reviewed with you and placed inside your “Understanding Your Results” brochure that you will take with you)

While some events may vary, this is what is included in most biometric screenings.

After the Health Screening Event

After the screening event, you will be notified by email of when your results are available online for review.

You can share your results with your healthcare provider or wellness coach who will know what to look for in your biometric screening in order to work on possible paths to improved health.

To safeguard your personal health information, Onsite Health Diagnostics follows the mandated procedures and protocols outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Lab Biometric Screenings

Some consider a health screening done in a LabCorp Patient Service Center to be another great option to improve participation. A participant selects this screening option from our portal, downloads the form, and goes to a LabCorp center of their choosing. No appointment is necessary. Just walk in with the form, and LabCorp/OHD handles the rest. No money exchanges hands, all bills are sent through OHD.

Our System Allows Participants to Download Pre-Populated Paperwork.

No Appointment. Walk In and Get Screened.

Biometric Screening Results Are Automatically Sent Back to OHD and Back to Participant

National Retail Pharmacy Testing

Another convenient health screening option is to utilize a CVS Minute Clinics to improve participation. A participant selects this screening option from our portal, downloads the form, and goes to a CVS Minute Clinic center of their choosing. No appointment necessary. Just walk in with the form, and CVS/OHD handles the rest. Just walk in with the form, and LabCorp/OHD handles the rest. No money exchanges hands, all bills are sent through OHD.

Our System Allows Participants to Download Pre-Populated Paperwork.

No Appointment. Walk In and Get Screened.

Biometric Screening Results Are Automatically Sent Back to OHD.

Physician Biometric Screenings

A physician screening option is a great addition to an employee wellness program. It gives flexibility to those who would rather see their doctor at a time that’s convenient for them, and it improves access if you have worksites where onsite events are not being offered.

Our System Allows Participants to Download Pre-Populated Paperwork.

Physicians Can Upload Their Patients’ Forms Directly to Our System.

Participants Can Fax or Upload Their Own Results Forms.

When forms are faxed, participants receive an email confirmation immediately when we receive it.

We've received your PCP Form!

Home Test Kits

Home Test Kits allow those who have no access to the other types of biometric screenings an opportunity to participate. Employees can either register online through our portal or call our customer service center in order to receive a home test kit in the mail. (optional self-reported biometric data capture available).

Three different options with HTK lab providers, OHD maintains inventory on hand and fulfills orders in house and distributes kits from OHD Coppell, TX facilities.

Additional Services

Flu Vaccination Onsite and Retail Vouchers

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