Getting to Know Your Health
After a quick blood draw, biometric screening (don’t worry, we’ll fill you in on that) and questionnaire, we’ll have all the information we need to help you maximize your health.
In addition to your results, we also tell you what these risk areas really mean in light of your risk factors, with a list of quick action steps to improve your health risks.
Protecting Your Health Information
Can my employers or co-workers see my health information or dashboard?
No. Health information is extremely personal and yours will be kept 100 percent private as per state and federal HIPAA laws to protect your health information. Your dashboard employs data encryption and is continuously monitored to detect threats to your privacy.
But your piece of mind is important to us. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 844-600-7851.
What’s a personal health coach?
Health coaches are certified experts in various fields of health:
Before Your Appointment
Be sure to fast before your blood draw—it makes your results far more accurate. If you take daily medications, please take them as directed with plenty of water!
What to Bring to Your Appointment
When you go to your blood draw and biometric screening, please bring a printed copy of the form that you filled out when you signed up online. Wear comfortable clothing with socks and shoes that are easy to take off.