The American Heart Association has developed Life’s Simple 7® Journey to Health™, an integrated suite of science-based, evidence-informed tools and services. Our unique web-based portal fuses health content, personal health data, and consumer engagement opportunities, to take your workplace and workforce on a journey toward improved health. The solution focuses on Life’s Simple 7® data, the seven health factors that can most effectively help lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. These seven factors are: • Stop Smoking • Eat Better • Get Active • Lose Weight • Manage Blood Pressure • Control Cholesterol • Reduce Blood Sugar The steps in the journey: • Workplace Health Achievement Index: Learn how to target areas for improving the health of your workplace and workforce with this organizational self-assessment and qualify for national recognition. • Health Screening Services: Options for screenings include on-site, diagnostic laboratory, in-home, healthcare provider or retail pharmacy. Screening results are auto-populated into My Life Check Enhance. • My Life Check® Enhance health assessment Our scientifically validated health assessment is integrated with biometrics. Participants get a personalized dashboard with up to 35 health actions to activate and engage them in their journey toward improved health.
Top 7 Reasons to Move Your Business to the American Heart Association: 1. Recognized and trusted consumer brand 2. Simplicity and power of Life’s Simple 7 science permeates the entire integrated solution 3. Science approved biometric screening panel integrated with a streamlined scientifically validated digital health assessment tool, with 35 evidence-informed health actions, will help activate and engage your employees and adult dependents in overall health improvement 4. Up to 5 options for obtaining a screening will yield much higher participation on average for both employees and adult dependents 5. Our onsite screening staffing and event management model is proven and effective 6. Our 16-page science approved Understanding Your Risk booklet provides meaningful information and guidance 7. Incentives management and tracking with robust data insights and analytics… all at very competitive pricingGet More Info
AHA HSS Services Overview with LS7 Journey FINAL.pdf
DS-12537 WHS Stress Free Health Screenings FINAL.pdf
DS-13222 WHS Event_Management_Software FINAL.pdf
DS-13222 WHS Interactive Online Reporting FINAL.pdf
Arena 2018 The Role of Worksite Health Screening.pdf
LLoyd-Jones 2010 article.pdf
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