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March 27, 2012

My Personal Best Health Offers Advanced Cardio, Heart Screenings to HSA Holders



My Personal Best Health, a company that delivers affordable technologies to help individuals and clients of professional health partners achieve their personal best health, has announced that it now offers its cardiovascular and heart screenings to Health Savings Account (HSA) holders.

The Northern California-based company uses the non-invasive BProdevice (which has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and has been trialed by HP in the past) to examine an individual’s cardiovascular health. The device can examine whether an individual is suffering from any stiffening of the arteries, which can be a risk for heart attack or stroke. If any stiffening is detected, My Personal Best Health can work alongside the individual or a health care professional to see if the situation can be improved.

“HSA’s are a perfect example of giving our customers a choice in their medical care options. By allowing them to choose to use their HSA account for health assessment expands the benefits of HSA’s. This allows us to work more closely with other medical and health care professionals,” said Linda Crouse, a co-founder of My Personal Best Health. “This makes it even more affordable for our clients allowing them to see issues that might be happening inside their body before other technologies can find it”.

HSAs are available to U.S. taxpayers who are enrolled in a high-deductible health plan.

My Personal Best Health provides affordable technologies to its clients, including healthcare professionals, businesses, personal trainers, fitness centers and other communities. The company has expertise in using affordable technology to help professional organizations retain clients and increase revenue.

“We are committed to implementing this technology in health facilities so individuals will have an affordable way for self-evaluation. It only taking a few minutes and you get your results right in the office,” Crouse added.




Edited by Tammy Wolf




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