Signing up for the wellness program

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

My Share--For employees opting for District Health Insurance

My Share is the name of our employee wellness program partnered with Select Health.  We were fortunate enough to receive a bid from Select Health for essentially no increase in health insurance costs for three year (almost unheard of since insurance inflation is at 10% per year).  We will participate on the Select Health Share insurance.  The Share Plan has some requirements that enrollees need to accomplish.  Nebo's Contract with Select Health says that we will have certain percent of our enrollees complete the requirements.  Failure to reach these benchmarks will forfeit our zero increase bid.    

To keep our cost low we need everyone to do their "Share".

What is expected:  Please refer to SelectHealth's detailed version.  

There will be some time dedicated on September 17 (the first minimal day) for you to complete many of these items with your insurance/wellness rep at your school.  

1) Attend a screening event at a workplace event or with your doctor.  The first one is at opening institute on Aug 17 at Maple Mountain High.  The others are Oct. 15 @Park Elementary (2-6PM) Oct 16 @Cherry Creek (3-7PM) and Oct. 17 @Barnett (3-7PM) It is quite a simple screening.  They do not even check your blood.  If you do not attend the screening and want to visit your own doctor, Selecthealth will verify your visit through the billing codes.  The visit must be coded as a preventative exam.  Traditionally there is no paper work.  But if you are going to doctor from February 1 to June 1, complete the preventative exam form and return it to the District Office.  This will give you immediate credit for the preventative exam and will help to fulfil that requirement to avoid the $200 penalty.  

2) Create a My Health Account.  After you receive your insurance card towards the end of August,  create your My Health Account. For help setting up the account or any other Select Health questions call 800-442-5502.  If you have every had an My Health Account previously, access that account (call the number for assistance).

3) Select Primary care physician.  Log in to your My Health account. Click on “SelectHealth.” Scroll down and click on “SELECT NEW PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER” on the right side of the dashboard, then search for a provider using the “Find Doctors & Other Healthcare Providers” tool. Designate your new in-network provider by clicking on “Select as My Primary Care Provider” next to the provider of your choice.

4) Complete health assessment. To access the Health Assessment, select Healthy Living from the My Health Dashboard. Select Health Assessment.  Take your Health Assessment.

5) Take one or more digital coaching programs. Healthy Living offers 11 scientifically proven programs that emulate a live coaching session. Programs are personal, private, convenient, and designed to guide you through a variety of topics important to your personal health.  From Healthy Living, Access Digital Coaching.  Choose one or more of the 11 programs within your Digital Coaching dashboard.

6) Create Healthy Living Virgin Pulse account.  You can access the account from the web or the Virgin Pulse App (which is the recommended and easiest portal).  If you have any questions, please contact us at vipexperience@virginpulse.com.

7) Participate in two or more online activity campaigns

You have three options to choose from for completing activity challenges. (See A, B, & C below). You must complete at least two Company Team Challenges, OR complete two months of 7,000 Steps or more in 20 days, OR complete 8 Healthy Habit Challenges. Any combination of A, B, or C will meet the requirement.

A. Company Team Challenges. These 4-week virtual challenges allow participants to join a team and compete against others in achieving a collective goal. Participants are encouraged to form small teams, typically from 1 to 10 individuals. Participants track their steps, or step equivalents during the duration of the challenge. Participants can use a wearable device, (e.g., Fitbit) an app, or website to track their activity. As a team accumulates steps, they take a virtual journey and unlock destinations that include a map, leaderboard, and online support.

B. 7,000 Steps. 20 days of 7,000 steps must be completed in a month. (Note: If you have a medical condition or injury limiting mobility, you could choose a Company Team Challenge with no steps requirement or a Healthy Habit Challenge.)

C. Healthy Habit Challenges. These 1-week challenges are offered 12 times throughout the year. Twelve different (one per month) week-long challenges in which participants challenge themselves to create a new habit and track daily activities in nine wellness areas. These include getting active, eating healthy, reducing stress, building relationships, managing finances, etc. You must report the desired activity at least 5 days out of 7 on the Virgin Pulse website or app. Completing 4 Healthy Habit Challenges equals one Activity Challenge.

All reporting will be on Virgin Pulse webpage or app.

8) Participate in the Nebo HSA match program.  You must contribute enough money for a full match.

Not tracked but please complete if applicable

  • Complete your Preventative Care if invited by Select Health.  You do not need to complete the Nebo Preventative Exam form.  
  • Participate in Care Management if  you have the conditions of asthma, diabetes, COPD or heart failure

Employees who complete #1-8 by March 1, 2019 will receive the "My Share" Early Bird wellness prize.  Choices are: Wellness Day, $50 Gift Card or Fit watch.

Employees who do not complete #1-8 by March 1 will be assessed a $50 monthly deduction in March, April, May and June ($200 total).  If #1-8 is completed after March 1, 2019 the deductions will end on the next month.  If you complete #1-8 after March 1, 2019, the wellness prize will NOT be awarded.   

One page description for those enrolled in district health insurance

One page description for those NOT enrolled on district health insurance (including dual dependent spouses)

Preventative Exam

Everyone can do their share for better health. 

Employees on District Health Insurance:  Those enrolled on Nebo Health insurance usually DO NOT need to complete this form and return it.  However, if you are completing your preventative exam February 1 to June 1, complete this form and return it ASAP to the District Office.  Then you will get credit for the preventative exam requirement to help avoid the $200 penalty. Select Health will still verify your completion of a preventative exam through the use of CPT billing codes.  There can be a several week delay in the verification, hence the need to use this form to quickly document your visit with the District Office.  

Employee eligible for Nebo District insurance but not enrolled:  Completes the Preventative Exam requirement for My Share Wellness Prize ($50 gift card, Fit watch, or Wellness Day).  This will include "dependent dual employees".  

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. 

 

Preventative Exam form 

 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 2 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: john.allan@nebo.edu  Fax: 801-342-8023.