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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.
Measures of blood pressure, height/weight, hemoglobin and hematocrit, vision and hearing were obtained from participants and fed into a computerized health risk appraisal program.
Validity of the Health Risk Appraisal for assessing fitness level.
Audax Health applied for, and was awarded, certification for the Health Risk Appraisals - MEM 1 certification.
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.
All individuals attending the screening were eligible for a free blood pressure reading and health risk appraisal as well as cholesterol screening at cost ($10).
Health risk appraisals-twenty-five percent of employers administer a health risk appraisal through a questionnaire geared to analyze a person's health history and promote early detection of preventable health conditions.
For example, the standard Health Risk Appraisal, definitely a wellness S-Curve product, has been around for at least 25 years, but it has failed to reach its potential because it is marketed as an early disease detection tool, an illness S-Curve product.
The Core wellness package includes a company-specific Web page; health risk appraisal surveys to analyze employee health status and provide information about workforce wellness; tools and best-practice tips needed to recruit workplace advocates who can help get a program under way; a monthly wellness e-newsletter; and quarterly reports to evaluate the program's progress.

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