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appraisal

An evaluation or estimate (preferably by a qualified professional appraiser) of the market or other value, cost, utility, or other attribute of land or other facility.
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Additional health and behavioral data were collected using a self-reported 135 item health risk appraisal (HRA) developed by People Karch International.
The Health Risk Appraisal is a software package, available from a variety of medical software providers that allows health risks to be assessed by an interviewer and directly inputted into a computer file via laptop computer.
Validity of the Health Risk Appraisal for assessing fitness level.
A health risk appraisal questionnaire completed by the senior upon enrollment was key to understanding the health and social needs of each enrollee.
Witting, "Associations Between Health Risk Appraisal Scores and Employee Medical Claims Costs in a Manufacturing Company," American Journal of Health Promotion, September-October 1991, pp.
Audax Health applied for, and was awarded, certification for the Health Risk Appraisals - MEM 1 certification.
Please take the time to participate in the Healthy Nurse[TM] ANA Health Risk Appraisal at www.
ANA is developing a variety of communications and outreach materials for the HealthyNurse[TM] Health Risk Appraisal and the accompanying Web Wellness Portal with educational resources Please share the website link and this information broadly with your members and nursing colleagues Our goal is to encourage all RNs and RN students to take the appraisal, and we're aiming for strong start to close out 2013 and carry momentum into the New Year.
By joining Devoted Wellness's Wellness Nation website, clients can have access to a host of wellness tools, including: Health Risk Appraisal, Fitness Tracker, Nutrition Tracker, Goal Setting strategies, and unlimited one on one interaction with their personal Wellness Coach.
Therefore, when the authors were asked to design a Health Risk Appraisal (HRA) program for the Housing Authority of Birmingham District (HABD), their first task was to design a program within an ecological framework.

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