Intelligent Health Screening
Intelligent Healthcare Solutions is passionate about helping and supporting companies to optimise the health and well-being of their employees through health promotional services.
We understand that the early detection of potential health risks is pivotal to maintaining a healthy workforce and reducing the hidden costs of absence due to sickness and ill-health.
Intelligent Healthcare Solutions is pleased to offer a work place selection of Health Screening Options for your employees. Our nurse led teams will travel to your employee’s place of work to carry out the health screening thereby causing minimal disruption to the daily work of your company.
This could benefit your organisation in the following ways:
- Reducing absence rates
- Increased productivity
- Promoting healthy lifestyle choices among employees
- Early detection of illness
Within our screening options we can:
- Blood pressure and Heart Rate
- Blood Cholesterol and Glucose
- Blood oxygen and Basic Lung Function
- Height, Weight, Waist, Body Mass Index, Body and Visceral Fat %, Metabolic rate
- Health and Lifestyle Questionnaire
- Advice sheet or Individualised Health reports
- Aggregated and Anonymised Company reports
References – used in our brochure
- Black., C and Frost., D., (2011), Health at work – an independent review of sickness absence in Great Britain, London: Department for Works and Pensions.
- Butland., B., et al., (2007), Foresight. Tackling obesities: future choices. Project report 2nd edition, UK Government’s Foresight Programme. London: Department of Innovation Universities and Skills.
- International Diabetes Federation (IDF), (2011), Urgent Need: Prevention and Management. IDF Diabetes Atlas 5th edition. Brussels: IDF.
- Quist., H. G., et al., (2014), Influence of lifestyle factors on long-term sickness absence among female healthcare workers: a prospective cohort study, BMC Public Health, 14:1084. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-1084.
- The NHS Information Centre, Lifestyle Statistics, (2012), Statistics on Obesity, Physical Activity and Diet: England, 2012. Leeds: The Health and Social Care Information Centre.