Sorry, the 9-30-2015 deadline has passed to complete the wellness program.
Steps 1 and 2 below no longer apply. However, anyone covered under the medical insurance plan may, and are encouraged, to use Onlife’s resources to help you be healthier year round. See below “More about Onlife.”
Employees who completed the two steps by the September 30 deadline will receive a $1400 reduction in their medical insurance out-of-pocket maximum cost in 2016 ($2800 for the family). New employees who enroll in the medical plan after 8-1-2015 will automatically receive the wellness reward their first year, but will need to participate next summer in order to receive the reward going forward.
STEP 1: “Get your numbers” at a biometric screening
Biometric health screenings will be offered by the UAMS Employee Health Office between Aug. 1 and Sept. 30, 2015. Additional screenings will be held throughout the state to aid our employees who don’t work on the main campus. See the schedules below. Each week’s screenings will also be posted on the digital signs. The screening, which includes a finger prick and a mouth swab, will take about 30 minutes. But allow more time in case there is a line as screenings are done on a first come, first served basis.
The screenings only apply to employees who are enrolled in the UA health plan as the primary member. Spouses and children are not eligible for the screening.
Screenings at UAMS conducted by UAMS Employee Health
Screenings at AHEC clinics conducted by AHEC staff
Screenings at other UA campuses conducted by Interactive Health (formerly known as Health Solutions)
As an alternative to getting your numbers at a screening, you may instead schedule a physical or wellness office visit with your in-network primary care physician. Take this FORM with you to that appointment. Your physician will provide the numbers on this form, then you will send in. You will not have to pay an office visit copay for this visit. The blood work must be between the dates of May 1 and Sept. 30, 2015 to be accepted.
STEP 2: Complete a health assessment and take 2 health pledges at www.OnlifeHealth.com.
You must have a computer or other device with an internet browser to complete this step.
Onlife flyer with log-in instructions
- If you are a returning user, enter your username and password.
- If you are a new user, click GET STARTED and type in UAS as the key code. Follow the online instructions to create your username and password. Keep these, as you’ll need them each time you access the site.
- If you have any problems logging in, call Onlife toll-free at 1-877-369-0285.
VERY IMPORTANT: make sure you take the two pledges to complete this step. Want to review them in advance? They’re shown in the FAQs above.
More about Onlife
At Onlife Health, we believe that successfully changing behavior is best accomplished through small changes that turn into a new, easy to maintain, positive lifestyle. And you won’t have to do it alone. Onlife’s Dedicated Health Coaches are waiting to assist you.
Connect at 1.877.369.0285 or www.OnlifeHealth.com.
It’s time to focus on a healthy YOUniversity!
Onlife Health is a free health and wellness program for employees and their spouses who are insured under the UA health insurance plan. Log in to their site for education, motivation and fun.
The starting point is for you to complete an initial “onmyway” health assessment questionnaire at www.OnlifeHealth.com. If you are a returning user, enter your username and password. If you are a new user, click GET STARTED and type in “UAS” as the key code. Follow the online instructions to create your username and password.
The health assessment gathers information in certain areas, such as your key lifestyle factors, gender-specific issues and clinical measurements. Onlife analyzes your answers to find factors that may lead to health issues, concerns and risks that you can easily prevent. A health coach will be available to provide personalized assistance for achieving wellness goals such as losing weight, quitting smoking, improving nutrition, increasing physical activity or dealing with chronic health problems like diabetes or high blood pressure.