The INTERVENT Health Risk Assessment (HRA) helps participants take the first step to better health.
By completing the HRA, participants learn how the foods they eat, the stress they feel and the activities they do affect their health - and much more.
The main objectives of the HRA are to:
This convenient, evidence-based and confidential online assessment considers lifestyle habits, health history, laboratory test results and other relevant information to determine health status and risk factors for many important chronic conditions.
- Assess health status
- Estimate the level of health risk
- Inform and provide feedback to motivate behavior change to reduce health risks
- Address gaps in preventive care (such as the need for preventive screenings and vaccinations)
- Identify the need for referral to a healthcare provider for consideration of medication changes to optimize risk reduction
- Stratify individuals for triaging and referral to lifestyle management, condition management and other programs involving different intensities of intervention
Once the assessment has been completed, participants are provided with immediate and valuable tailored feedback about their health including individualized reports and recommendations to help them optimize their health by leading a healthier lifestyle and taking other appropriate preventive actions.
“I’ve completed the INTERVENT HRA several times and I always learn something new. I especially like tracking my progress over time. I take my report to share with my doctor, and he is always impressed.”
The INTERVENT Team and Programs
The INTERVENT team is one of the most experienced and credible in the industry. For nearly 20 years, INTERVENT products and services have been chosen by numerous prestigious organizations. Over 100 scientific abstracts and manuscripts documenting the effectiveness of INTERVENT’s programs have been published in peer-reviewed journals, including Lancet, the New England Journal of Medicine, the American Journal of Cardiology and many others. INTERVENT’s programs have been used by over 2 million participants and are currently being used as part of a prestigious multi-center NIH-funded clinical trial involving 120 medical centers.