Time is running out: Self-report your health actions to earn points before Aug. 31 deadline

Earn points in the employee wellness program by self-reporting these health actions by the Aug. 31 deadline.

Preventive cancer screenings: Confirm that you are up-to-date for breast, cervical or colorectal cancer screening exams that are appropriate for your gender and age to earn 25 points. To view the screenings for which you are eligible  and self-report those you completed:

Flu vaccination: Confirm that you were vaccinated for the current flu season (September 2014–May 2015) to earn 25 points. To self-report your flu vaccination:

Health and wellness class: Confirm that you attended a worksite health and wellness class for 25 points. To self-report a health and wellness class:

Track: Log daily activities in categories such as exercise, healthy eating and life balance to earn a point per day with a maximum 200 points per year. Your daily wellness meter needs to reach 300 before you’ll get a point for that day. You can manually enter your activities or sync your physical activities from a variety of mobile apps and personal devices such as a Fitbit, Jawbone, FitBug, Garmin and others. You may enter data no more than 30 days retroactively. To track your activities:

You can also automatically upload physical activities from a variety of mobile apps and personal devices such as Fitbit, Fitbug, Jawbone, Garmin, MapMyFitness, Runkeeper, Moves or Withings.

To sync a device or app

Please note, ZAP bicycle devices no longer sync automatically with the employee wellness program. You will have to self-report bike rides manually.

Act now

Time is running out to earn points in the employee wellness program. To ensure you meet 300 points by the Aug. 31 deadline, log into mymedica.com to check your point total and complete your self-reporting.

When you earn 300 points in the employee wellness program by Aug. 31, 2015, you’ll qualify for the discounted wellness rate on your 2016 health insurance premiums. (In 2015, savings on the insurance premiums are about $400 a year for a single person and $1,200 a year for a family.)

Published Aug 11, 2015



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