Improve Your Health and Earn Money, Too!
All faculty and staff in the university's Benelect medical plan (and those who plan to have coverage for 2018) who participate in both wellness activities will qualify for a $25-per-month Wellness Premium Incentive during 2018 and have the opportunity to participate in additional programs to earn cash incentives.
Wellness earnings are taxable.
(Note: the Health Risk Appraisal (HRA) is on hold for the fall of 2017 and is not a wellness premium requirement this year.)
Employees must complete both A and B to:
Qualify for a $25-per-month Wellness Premium incentive in 2018.
These activities provide baseline information on an individual’s current health. The de-identified, aggregate data for the participant group is used to determine programming needs and for evaluation purposes.
After completing A and B, employees can choose to participate in C to receive $100 for each program they completed (up to $200)
The program options are focused on community connection, financial competency, nutrition/weight management, physical activity and stress management. There are many on campus and off campus options available.
Programs must be successfully completed and attestation submitted by November 30th, 2017 to receive the Wellness Program Incentive.
|A||BIOMETRIC HEALTH SCREENING or QUEST PATIENT SERVICE CENTERS/PHYSICIAN RESPONSE FORM
The free screenings include blood pressure, height, weight, waist circumference, cholesterol and glucose tests. Individual results will remain confidential. The university will only receive de-identified, aggregate results. Learn More >
|B||TOBACCO ATTESTATION FORM
This form confirms your tobacco use status. For current employees this form is found online on HCM: Main Menu - Self Service - Benefits - Tobacco Attestation Form. New hires should complete this form available in their new hire packet. Learn More >
Wellness programs are available for faculty and staff members. Wellness Program Incentives are focused on tobacco cessation, stress management, weight management, nutrition, and physical activity. Learn More >