For a preventive assessment to be intelligent, it needs to be clinically-led and optimised.
Each component of a clinical preventive process (family history, individual history, exam, blood work, biometrics etc.) create an updated risk profile which may lead the assessing clinician to adapt the schedule of further tests.
This ensures that the assessment is thorough and matches the actual risk profile of the client.
Note that no preventive assessment can guarantee the absence of risk or non-occurrence of future adverse events.