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1708, 2016

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

By |August 17th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Compliance, Featured Blog|Comments Off on Point-of-Care “FingerStick” A1c Health Screenings STILL PROHIBITED

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

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. [...]

2707, 2016

7 Lesser-Known Employee Health Screening Regulations

By |July 27th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on 7 Lesser-Known Employee Health Screening Regulations

In the employee health screening industry, compliance is not scrutinized enough by clients in our opinion. Biometric screening vendors are required to “represent & warrant” that they follow all state and federal health screening regulations, [...]

803, 2016

4 Terrifying Situations of Failed Biometric Screenings: Part 2

By |March 8th, 2016|Categories: Best Practices, Blog|Comments Off on 4 Terrifying Situations of Failed Biometric Screenings: Part 2

We hope you are enjoying these lessons learned. If you aren’t confident that you or your partner have processes in place to safeguard against issues like these, you might find our recommendations with each story [...]

2902, 2016

4 Terrifying Situations of Failed Biometric Screenings: Part 1

By |February 29th, 2016|Categories: Best Practices, Blog|Comments Off on 4 Terrifying Situations of Failed Biometric Screenings: Part 1

When trying to engage employees in your wellness programs, botched biometric screenings are particularly counterproductive. We get it. When clients run to us looking for refuge from bad screening experiences, they usually share their prior [...]

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