A Health Risk Appraisal (HRA) is a personalized health assessment available to you through your Federal employer.
By examining your health-related behavior and health history, your HRA can help you take control of your health, identify and prevent potential health risks, and begin living a lifestyle of enhanced wellness.
You can get the numbers you need by getting a cardiac risk profile (CRP). The CRP is the first step in the HRA journey to wellness. If you’re a Federal employee, the CRP may be available to you at no cost to you from your worksite health center. Or, you can get a CRP from your health care provider. Learn more at our CRP page.
If you do not have your CRP information yet, you can still take your HRA now—you can just leave those data questions blank and complete them once you have that information.
Your information is protected in accordance with the Privacy Act and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
The HRA asks questions about your eating habits, your exercise habits, and your perceptions of your health. You can download a sample HRA, if you'd like.
Upon completing your HRA, you will receive a summary report explaining your risk levels for each wellness category, as well as a wealth of tools and resources to take you even further on your path to health.