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Biometric Screening 

Success starts with Data

 It’s a simple way to capture specific health information about an individual or an entire organization to identify risk factors for chronic disease. In most cases, this is done with a simple blood test and blood pressure check.

This health information is a critical piece of data you need to identify health risk factors for your population and shape your wellness strategy. Data from a biometric health screening often measures:

Blood pressure reader

Participant biometric screening data is maintained in a secure and private platform that is  HIPAA certified. Protocol Performance Training also meets all compliance standards and regulations to assess health risks, provide health education, and protect personal health information.

Onsite Screening

A healthcare provider comes to your office, sets up a mini doctor’s office in a private area, and meets with participants individually

Offsite  Screening

Participants visit a primary care provider or designated health clinic for a basic blood draw and biometrics screenin

Home Screening Kit

 Participants receive a biometric screening home kit.  Provide a finger stick blood sample for screening. Then,  mail in the sample for lab testing and results.

Ten leading causes of death (including heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and kidney disease) are responsible for 75 percent of all deaths in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Heart Health

Learn more about diet, lifestyle, exercise habits, and family history to assess risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides, and other factors.


Compare biometric screening data blood glucose levels with answers to health risk assessment questions about diet, exercise, and lifestyle habits to evaluate risk for diabetes.


Lifestyle and food choices linked to weight management, weight loss, and weight gain based on responses to health risk assessment questions.

Chronic Disease

Identify risk factors for cancer with health risk assessment questions about smoking, age, gender, diet, and alcohol, etc.

Home Continuous Glucose Monitoring Train

Blood Glucose

measure the risk of diabetes.   About 30 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and another 70 million have pre-diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association.


There are two ways to obtain a blood sample venipuncture or finger stick

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