High Cholesterol

An assessment of the screening, education programs, follow-up and health benefits offered by the employer to address high cholesterol is a focus of the questions in these sections of the ScoreCard.

Click on a question to find resources that help to support each activity.

During the past 12 months, did your worksite:

82. Provide free or subsidized cholesterol screening (beyond self-report) followed by directed feedback and clinical referral when appropriate?

Cardiovascular Health: Action Steps for Employers

CDC Workplace Health Resource Center

83. Provide brochures, videos, posters, pamphlets, newsletters or other written or online information that address the risks of high cholesterol?

American Heart Association: Cholesterol

CDC: Cholesterol

Medline Plus: Cholesterol

Start with Your Heart

84. Provide a series of educational seminars, workshops or classes on preventing and controlling high cholesterol?

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program

85. Provide one-on-one or group lifestyle counseling and follow-up monitoring for employees who have high cholesterol?

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program

86. Provide free or subsidized self-management programs for cholesterol or lipid control?

Workplace chronic disease self-management

87. Provide health insurance coverage with no or low out-of-pocket costs for cholesterol or lipid control medications?

American Heart Association: Medicine Assistance Programs

Medication Adherence: Action Steps for Health Benefit Managers

North Carolina Assistance Programs