Learn more about common health conditions and stay up-to-date with tips for staying healthy.
Health & Wellness
CountyCare is proud to be your health and wellness partner.
Do-it-Yourself Health Tools
How healthy are your habits? Do you want to make them better and feel your best?
You can use these online tools on your mobile phone or computer to learn more about your health habits.
Click on the tool below that interests you and answer the questions.
You will get personalized information about how to improve your health.
You can use these tools as often as you like – or not at all – but we suggest at least once a year.
Take just one small step and watch your health habits improve!
This information is just for you – no health plan staff or other people helping you will know what you answered. If you’d like, you can print a copy of your results to show to your healthcare provider or care coordinator if you see something you want to discuss.
General Risk Assessment
General Risk Assessment offers an overview of your health. This assessment covers important areas such as diet, exercise, smoking and blood pressure. When you are done, you’ll receive customized messages to explain your risks and help you take next steps. You’ll also receive links to read more about your risks.
Lifestyle and Condition Assessments
Lifestyle and Condition Assessments help you stay healthy with information about your current health status and your risk of developing diseases in the future. These health assessments give you personalized messages about what you need to improve your health and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Click on the topic that interests you to get started.
Fitness and Health Calculators
These are quick and useful tools to help you set exercise goals and learn about your health, like target body weight, heart rate, body fat and more.
Health Topic Brochures
View these brochures on certain health topics, like quitting smoking or managing high cholesterol. You can download and print these to bring to your doctor’s appointment to take notes or write down your questions.