2022 Screening period:
January 1 – November 30, 2022
Know your numbers. Extend your life.
A biometric screening will help you to understand the state of your health so that you can take the necessary steps to improve it, at no additional cost. During the screening, a medical professional will collect several measurements — such as height and weight — and take a sample of your blood that will be used to determine your cholesterol, glucose levels, hemoglobin A1c and triglycerides. The biometric screening does not test for illicit drugs, HIV/AIDS, or hepatitis. Individual screening results are not shared with your employer.
Biometric screenings must be completed within the 2022 year and no later than November 30, 2022. If you are submitting a 2022 Physician Screening Form, it must be signed, dated & received by Sharecare no later than November 30, 2022 to qualify towards the points. Earn 120 points towards your Be Well SHBP reward.
How you benefit:
- You will see your screening results in your health profile on the Sharecare app or desktop companion.
- You learn about areas for improvement and recommendations, if needed.
Prepare for your screening
Here is how you can make sure to have a successful screening experience:
- Although not required, we recommend fasting for at least nine hours prior to your screening; this includes all food and drinks except for water.
- Failure to properly fast may result in inaccurate blood test results. (If you have a health condition, such as diabetes or pregnancy, or any other medical concerns, consult a doctor before fasting.)
- Drink plenty of water to make it easier to give a sample of your blood.
- Continue taking medications as prescribed the day of the screening.*
- Arrive 5 minutes before your scheduled time.
- Allow about 20 minutes for your screening.
*Follow your doctor’s instructions for taking your medications, including taking them with food if necessary.
Get screened at an SHBP-sponsored onsite screening event.
SHBP-sponsored onsite screening events are held at different worksite locations throughout Georgia. Click below to schedule your appointment.
To locate an SHBP-sponsored onsite screening event, click the links below. You can schedule your screening appointment up to 48 hours before the event date.
For step-by-step instructions on how to schedule your screening appointment, click the link below.
How to schedule your screening appointment
No onsite near you? Consider hosting an onsite at your workplace. Learn more
Get screened by your personal physician.
The 2022 Physician Screening Form is a form that your physician can complete with biometric results from your next well-being visit or annual physical exam. Download a 2022 Physician Screening Form by clicking below and print a copy to take with you to your doctor’s appointment. Make sure to follow the directions and mail your completed form to the return address, fax to the number as listed on the form, or upload your form online using the link below. All 2022 Physician Screening Forms must be completed in full and received by Sharecare no later than November 30, 2022.
Download your 2022 Physician Screening form
Upload your completed physician screening form here
Please note: The fax number to send your 2022 Physician Screening Form is 615-349-9111.
Get screened at a Quest Diagnostics Patient Service Center (PSC)
Visit a Quest Diagnostics PSC near you on or before November 30, 2022 to receive 120 points for your biometric screening. You can schedule a screening once you registered for the Be Well SHBP program.
For step-by-step instructions on how to schedule your screening appointment and to find the closest center near you, click the link below.
How to schedule your screening appointment
Please note: If you are visiting a Patient Service Center (PSC), you are required to wear a face mask in order to enter the PSC due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you arrive at the PSC without a face mask, you will need to reschedule your appointment and return to the PSC at a later date with a face mask. Additionally, all patients, before entering the PSC, will be required to have their temperature taken. Any patient with a temperature over 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to enter the PSC and will be asked to reschedule their appointment to return to the PSC at a later date.