Monthly Wellness Incentive = $25 Per Month
The wellness program includes a wellness incentive, through which employees who use a Benelect medical plan can earn an incentive if they complete a:
and TWO of the following THREE activities
- biometric screening at a Quest Patient Service Center (PSC), one of our onsite events, or through the Physician Results Form (PRF)
- tobacco attestation form (in HCM)
- primary care provider attestation form (In HCM)
All faculty and staff in the university's Benelect medical plan who participate in the required wellness activities will qualify for a $25-per-month Wellness Incentive and have the opportunity to participate in Wellness Programs to earn cash incentives.
Employees must complete their three activities between the period of September 1 through November 30 to qualify to earn the Monthly Wellness Incentive during the following calendar year. Employees hired between December through mid-June can still earn the Monthly Wellness Incentive by completing the three activities during their first 30 days of employment.
Participants are encouraged to check their status anytime in HCM. Go to the "Wellness" tile, then choose Wellness Summary. You will see current, prior and future benefit year status.
Wellness earnings are taxable.
Wellness 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.
Notice of Reasonable Alternative Standard: If a medical condition makes it unreasonably difficult for you to achieve the standards for the incentive under this program, or if it is medically inadvisable as determined by your physician or health care provider for you to attempt to achieve the standards for the incentive under this program, contact email@example.com to request a reasonable alternative standard. We will work with you to provide another way to qualify for the incentive. Recommendations of your physician or health care provider will be considered and accommodated in developing an alternative standard that is reasonable in light of your health status.