Sign up now for the new ParTNers for Health 2019 Wellness Program
In case you haven’t heard, ParTNers for Health has partnered with ActiveHealth Management to provide a new wellness program to help you lose weight, feel better and get healthier. And now state and higher education employees and enrolled spouses may earn cash incentives*—up to $250 each―for completing wellness activities!
So, what are you waiting for? You can sign up now–it’s easy!
Here’s what you do…
Step 1: Activate your wellness program – on the web or with the app.
On the web: Go to www.myactivehealth.com/wellnesstn and click on the link “Create an Account.” You’ll need your Edison ID handy.
With the app: Search for “ActiveHealth” in your app store. Then download the ActiveHealth app on your smartphone or tablet. When you open the app, click on the “Register” button.
Step 2: After logging in to the website or the app, complete the Health Assessment. This will take about 5 minutes to do.
Step 3: Now complete your choice of activities to start earning your cash incentives. On the ParTNers for Health website under Wellness, there is a printable Incentive Table that shows you all of the ways you and your enrolled spouse (if applicable) may earn cash incentives. Your progress is tracked by ActiveHealth in your online account.
Get a biometric screening with Quest Diagnostics, the biometric screening vendor, and earn a cash incentive.
Just go to the Quest website at https://my.questforhealth.com/mobile/welcome/home to set up your Quest account. When you set up your account you’ll need the registration key SOT.
On the Quest website you may either:
Every health plan member gets an annual physical covered by your health insurance plan at no cost, as long as you use an in-network provider. You can complete your biometric screening during your annual physical. If you want to earn the cash incentive for completing a biometric screening, you must use the Quest physician screening form or attend a state-sponsored onsite screening.
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