Effective January 1, 2018 all eligible employees have the ability to earn up to 2 Wellness Days by participating in the Wellness Program.
Eligible employees can earn a certificate for 1 Wellness Day by completing a Personal Health Assessment (PHA) that consists of a Health Risk Assessment and a Biometric Screening. You can participate in the PHA event that will take place October 23, 2017 – October 27, 2017, or you can visit the Health and Wellness Center at any time. You may also choose to complete your biometric screening at your Primary Care Physician’s office, however you must provide the Health and Wellness Center with your results and you must also complete the Health Risk Assessment in order to earn your Wellness Day certificate.
Eligible employees can earn a certificate for a second Wellness Day by participating in a Health Coaching program at the Health and Wellness Center if they are deemed to have high risk health factors based on the results of their PHA. Employees that participate in a health coaching program will receive a certificate for 1 Wellness Day upon graduation of the program. Employees who have not graduated the health coaching program but remain fully compliant, will receive a certificate for 1 Wellness Day after September 1, 2018. Eligible employees that are not deemed to have high risk health factors based on the results of the PHA will automatically receive a certificate for their second Wellness Day.
Wellness Day certificates must be turned in when you request your time off. All Wellness Day certificates must be redeemed by December 31, 2018.
Employees will NOT have the ability to earn HRA dollars in 2018. All HRA reimbursement requests must be made within 30 days following the end of the plan year, December 31, 2017. All HRA reimbursement requests must be for dates of service in 2017. Any unused HRA funds will be forfeited.