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Radiology's Role in Corporate Wellness Screenings

A truly comprehensive corporate wellness program includes screenings that facilitate early detection of disease. By providing these types of screenings, you are empowering your employees to take control of their own health. These programs are proven to generate positive results, arming your staff with the advantage of proactive healthcare and, in some cases, alerting them to a medical need before it becomes menacing.

Corporate wellness screenings have become popular among both employers and employees. Employers have reported improvements to overall employee health, increased productivity, and a reduction in healthcare costs, while employees feel not only empowered and cared for, but also valued.

Wellness programs can be customized to include:

Screening Mammography
onsite mobile breast center option available (Charlotte Radiology can bill each participant's insurance directly, leaving no additional charge for employers.)
The #1 reason working women delay mammograms is because they do not want to take time off from work.

CT Colonography/Virtual Colonoscopy Screening
Colon cancer is the third most common form of cancer in the world, and the risk of developing colorectal cancer increases with age.


Bone Density for Osteoporosis
(onsite heel screening option available)
Half of women and up a quarter of men over the age of 50 will break a bone due to osteoporosis.

CT Lung Cancer Screening to complement smoking cessation programs
Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer in both men and women in the United States.


Vascular Screenings
Vascular disease can affect people of all ages and all walks of life; it is a serious disease of the arteries and veins that blocks circulation anywhere in the body and can lead to disability, amputation, organ damage and even death.

Cardiac Scoring
Heart disease is the #1 killer of women, and is often completely undetected until it is too late.