Signing up for the wellness program

There are no sign-up for the wellness program.  All employees are automatically enrolled in the program.

Gimme “Be a Wise Consumer" October 2017

The ChallengeComplete the Qualtrics Course "Be a Wise Consumer". 

Here is the link: Be a Wise Consumer Qualtrics Course

The October challenge is a little different from the previous years. Our focus this month is on the Qualtrics Course "Be a Wise Consumer". We are going to include all the links from the Qualtircs course on this page. That way you can access it all later, if you need to.

**If you are not on district insurance but are eligible for it and want to participate we highly suggest you take the Qualtrics course and complete the preventative exam. The course has some questions that are designed specifically for those on district insurance. You will still get credit for just completing the course regardless of your answer (for those not on district insurance but who are eligible for district insurance).

Why being a Wise Consumer is Important:

Being a Wise Consumer is a lot easier than people think. Regardless of your insurance plan there are things you can do to lower your health care costs.

Here are a few ideas:

-Preventative Care: By having a Prevenative exam you can eliminate many future costs/ problems. 

 -RX: Ask your doctor if there is a generic prescription.

-Teladoc, or other over the phone doctor visits: Did you know you can talk to a physican over the phone and it costs under $50 dollars?

This course will teach you how to "Be a Wise Consumer" and provide you with the necessary resrouces to do so. We hope the rest of October treats you well! Please let your Wellness Specialist Rep know if you have any questions. Thank you! 

 Your success will be reported by Completing the Qualtrics Course: Be a Wise Consumer Qualtrics Course


Road to Wellness--For employees opting for District Health Insurance

The “Road to Wellness” program is intended to positively impact the health of District employees.  Employees opting for District health insurance should complete the following two items:

  • Be current or complete and return the Preventative Exam form, (This form will no longer be required to complete for 2018-19).
  • Complete the "Be a wise consumer" online educational piece.  As subscribers to a consumer driven health plan, do we know the most cost effective care?  Do we know the right time to get care?  Do we know the right place to get care?  Do we know the right care?  Go to: Be a Wise Consumer Qualtrics Course.  Use your Nebo Email to start the course.

Employees who complete the two items by February 1, 2018 will see no change to their pay.  Employees who choose not to participate will be assessed a “non-participation payroll deduction” of $40 per month from February to June or until participation is verified.  Any funds that are generated through “non-participation payroll deductions” will go directly to the Wellness Plan Fund and be used to promote employee wellness.


Preventative Exam

Important announcement on Preventative Exam:  In most situations, the employee will only have to complete a Preventative Exam every other year.  If the "return date" (filled in by the doctor--or one year) is after June 1, the employee will be given credit for the next school year.  If you complete your exam yearly, complete the form each year.  

Preventative Exam form  (This form will no longer be required to complete for 2018-19)

All employees are offered an incentive for completing a Preventative Exam.  There are five requirements to complete or be current (up to date) on the following:

  1. Complete a physical examination from a physician based on age, gender and risk factors.
  2. Complete physician recommended preventative cancer screenings based on age, gender, and genetic risk factors. i.e. mammogram, pap smear, colonoscopy, etc.
  3. Complete a blood chemistry panel within the last 5 years.  More frequent if physician recommends based on risk factors.   Screened items are:  Glucose levels, LDL cholesterol, total cholesterol, and triglycerides.  Patient should receive this information.  
  4. Discuss immunization status.
  5. Discuss recommendations to address present risk factors.  These recommendations should include any prudent professional interventions (i.e. prescriptions) and lifestyle changes (activity and dietary changes).    

Return the signed Employer’s copy of the Preventative Exam form the "Wellness Office" or John Allan at the District Office via IMC, mail or hand delivery.  Copies, images and facsimiles are accepted.   Email:  Fax: 801-342-8023. 

Incentives for completion:

Employees enrolled on Nebo Health insurance:  Completes the Preventative Exam requirement for both the Road to Wellness (avoid $200 pay deduction) and for the Gimme 5 Wellness Prize ($50 gift card, Fit watch, RTIC water bottle set or Wellness Day).   Remember to take the personal health assessment to complete the Road to Wellness

Employee eligible for Nebo District insurance but not enrolled:  Completes the Preventative Exam requirement for Gimme 5 Wellness Prize ($50 gift card, Fit watch, RTIC water bottle set or Wellness Day).

Employees not eligible for Nebo health insurance:  Complete this form and return to the Wellness Office at the District Office to receive a $35 gift card. To qualify:  Must work at least 2 hours a day.  Retirees, employees under 18, seasonal and substitutes not eligible.

Spouses on District Health Insurance:  Complete this form and return to the Wellness Office at the District Office to receive a $35 gift card.  All other spouses are NOT eligible for the $35 gift card.