Health Assessments

Explore some ways to measure your health.

  • Preventive Care

    All IU medical plans cover in-network preventive care at 100%, meaning you can receive these and many other services through your primary care provider with no out-of-pocket costs:

    • Wellness exams and routine immunizations
    • Labs for cholesterol, TB, fasting blood sugar and A1C, and STIs
    • Screening tests such as mammograms, bone density testing, PSA, colonoscopies, and cancer screenings
    • Women’s health services including oral contraceptives, IUDs, hormone implants, injections, pap smears, and sterilization

    Some preventive services have age or quantity limits, so be sure to check with your primary care provider or insurance provider, or find more information for your medical plan here.

  • Self-Monitoring Blood Pressure Machines

    High blood pressure can lead to serious health risks. Because high blood pressure often has no symptoms, it’s important to regularly monitor your blood pressure. Find out where you can use a self-monitoring blood pressure machine on your campus.

  • Ergonomic Evaluation

    Make your workspace work for you! Many of us spend most of our day at a desk, so it’s important to make sure our work environment is as comfortable as possible.

    Request an ergonomic evaluation with Environmental Health and Safety, or contact your EHS campus division.

    Check out workstation exercises, stretches, and hand and wrist exercises here. Or find Healthy IU Feel-Good Workstation Movements here.

  • Self-Assessments

    From mental well-being to heart attack risk, Healthy IU has gathered some of the best online self-assessment tools for you to see how you're doing.