Start health detective work at upcoming campus Biometric Screenings

CU Anschutz faculty and staff no longer have to be alone in their search for answers to their health questions.

Running March 8 through April 5, Biometric Screenings will offer free body composition measurements, blood glucose testing and a full lipid panel to catch the culprits of health woes. Screenings will be held on the CU Anschutz campus on March 9, March 13, March 22 and April 3.


The first 500 people to register will be entered into a drawing for free Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones.

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All CU Health Plan members and covered spouses will receive this trio of tests with no additional charges or out-of-pocket payments. CU Health Plan has you covered. Members and spouses must bring along their plan ID card to the clinic to receive coverage. Student employees are not eligible for Biometrics Screenings as CU Health is not the primary student insurance provider.

Need more clues? Additional tests including blood typing and a full blood chemistry analysis with prices ranging from $12 to $50 a test. Preview your screening options and prices.

Results can be shared with a primary care physician* through My Health Connection, an interactive platform that keeps private medical information in a secure place minus the paper trail. Screening participants will be sent information to create an account after their screening. (*Limited to providers affiliated with UCHealth’s Epic Electronic Medical Record and the Colorado Regional Health Information Organization.)

For more information, consult a handy FAQ and take the steps towards a healthier lifestlye.

Guest Contributor:  RyAnne Scott, Manager of Communications and Outreach, Employee Services, University of Colorado, Office of the President

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