Health Management Initiative

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Overview

Wright State Human Resources is pleased to share our Health Management Initiative (HMI) for the 2020–21 plan year. This voluntary initiative is designed to raise health awareness, increase the detection of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and encourage participants to begin and/or continue to make healthier lifestyle choices.


New Program Enhancements

The following items are new for this year.

  • Eligibility has been expanded to employees enrolled in a Wright State medical plan and their spouses.
  • A Primary Care Physician (PCP) visit is required (for employees enrolled in a Wright State medical plan as the subscriber).
  • The incentive contribution into a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA) has been increased from $300 to $400 provided all requirements are met. No incentives are available for spouses or employees enrolled in a Wright State medical plan as a dependent spouse.

Based on the aggregate data from 2019, a total of 455 participants received an on-campus biometric screening. Of the participants who received a screening, one-third of them were identified as high-risk. For the 2020–21 plan year, the initiative will continue to offer the Health Risk Assessment (HRA) and on-campus biometric screenings to employees and spouses enrolled on a Wright State medical plan.  

In an effort to increase awareness related to screening results and promote a PCP relationship, a PCP visit is required. Many underlying health risk factors can go undetected for years, which is why we want to provide an easy and convenient way for participants to identify and manage their health status. 

This voluntary initiative requires employees enrolled in a Wright State medical plan (as the subscriber) complete a confidential online Health Risk Assessment (HRA), on-campus biometric screening, a visit to their Primary Care Provider (PCP), and submission of the Physician Verification Form (PDF) by the PCP to HealthWorks. If all requirements are completed before Wednesday, March 31, 2021, a $400 employer contribution will be deposited into a tax-advantaged medical savings account. PPO 80/20 plan participants will receive $400 in a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and HDHP participants will receive $400 in their Health Savings Account (HSA). To receive the $400 deposit, an employee must be actively enrolled in a Wright State medical plan (as the subscriber) on May 31, 2021. 

Spouses and employees enrolled on a Wright State medical plan as a dependent spouse can participate in the online HRA, on-campus biometric screening, and visit a PCP. Participation is voluntary and no incentives are available.


Privacy and HealthWorks' IT Practices and Procedures

HealthWorks, Wright State's previous lifestyle screening vendor, will administer the HRAs, biometric screenings, and collect the PCP Verification Forms. Participants' privacy is strictly protected! The university receives only aggregated data for the participating population and will never know individual HRA answers or biometric screening results.

Review HealthWorks’ IT Practices and Procedures (PDF) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Privacy Notice (PDF).


Health Risk Assessment (HRA)

The HRA is a confidential, self-administered survey that asks a series of questions about your lifestyle habits and health history and only takes 10 minutes to complete. It can be completed 24/7 and is an important first step to improve your health.

Biometric Screenings (Blood Draw)

Biometric screenings provide a clinical assessment of key health measures. These results will identify or indicate an increased risk for health conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. This will take 10 minutes to complete and is an important part of creating a healthier you and a way to save on your future health care expenses. The HealthWorks website will allow you to schedule your screening 24/7. On-campus screening events will take place at Dayton and Lake Campuses. 

Free biometric screenings include:

  • Blood chemistry profile and complete blood count 
  • 27 individual tests including cholesterol, A1c, glucose, kidney and liver enzymes, and additional tests to detect anemia, infection, and more
  • Blood pressure
  • Body mass index (BMI)
  • Waist circumference 

Screening tips:

  • Results are most accurate with an 8–10 hour fast before your appointment
  • You may drink black coffee or tea (no cream or sugar), and water is encouraged
  • Take all medications as prescribed by your doctor

Additional Testing Available for Purchase

The following tests are available as an additional purchase with your biometric screening. Payable by cash, check, Visa, or Mastercard. Insurance reimbursement for additional testing is subject to your plan and not guaranteed.

  • Blood type: $22
  • C-reactive protein:  $32
  • CA-125: $65
  • Colon kit: $6
  • PSA: $40
  • Testosterone: $30
  • Thyroid profile (T3/T4/TSH): $38
  • Tobacco: $18
  • Vitamin B12: $15
  • Vitamin D: $39

On-Campus Biometric Screening Event Dates

Date

Location

Time

October 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 Dayton Campus - Atlantis Room, SU

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

November 5, 6, 13, 16, 30 Dayton Campus - Atlantis Room, SU

8 a.m. to 11 a.m.

November 2

Lake Campus - 199 Andrews

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Steps to a Healthier You

To begin your journey to a healthier you, complete these 5 easy steps. 

1

Establish a HealthWorks Online Account

  1. Visit www.cincyhealthworks.com
  2. Click on Elevate Login.
    1. For security purposes:
      1. All passwords from last year have been reset.
      2. Although the HealthWorks website indicates “Last 4 digits of your social security #”, this is incorrect for Wright State employees.
        1. Employees (enrolled on a Wright State medical plan as the subscriber): Use the last 4 digits of your Wright State UID# instead.
        2. Spouses and employees enrolled on a Wright State medical plan as a spouse: Use the last 4 digits of your SSN.
  3. Username 
    1. Employees (enrolled on a Wright State medical plan as the subscriber): Enter the first initial of your first name + first 4 letters of your last name + the last 4 digits of your Wright State UID number.
      1. Example:
        1. Name: Rowdy Raider
        2. Wright State UID#: U00012345
        3. Username: RRAID2345
    2. Spouses and employees enrolled on a Wright State medical plan as a spouse: Enter the first initial of your first name + first 4 letters of your last name + the last 4 digits of your SSN.

Important notes:

  • Your temporary password is APPLE (all caps).
  • Create and verify your own password.
  • Complete the registration process.
2

Schedule an appointment for your on-campus biometric screening online or by phone

  1. After you have completed the registration process, click on the My Appointments tab.
  2. Click on Onsite Screening.
  3. Select a date and time.
    1. Last appointment day is November 29, 2020.
  4. To schedule an appointment by phone, call HealthWorks at 513-751-1288.
3

Complete your HRA

Deadline: March 31, 2021

  1. After you have completed step 2, click on the My Wellness tab.
  2. Click on the Health Risk Assessment.
  3. Complete the assessment.
  4. Be sure to click Save when all sections are completed.
4

View Your Results

Once you have completed the HRA and received your biometric screening, log in to www.cincyhealthworks.com (within 3 to 5 business days of completing your biometric screening) to view your Health Risk Report. The report combines your results from your HRA and biometric screening. In addition, it will provide you with your results and recommendations about making healthier lifestyle choices. You can also view your Biometric Screening Results online. A copy of your Personal Report and your lab work from LabCorp will be mailed to your home address.

Steps to view your results:

  1. Visit www.cincyhealthworks.com
  2. Click on Elevate Login.
  3. Username:
    1. Employees (enrolled on a Wright State medical plan as the subscriber: First initial of your first name + first 4 letters of your last name + the last 4 digits of your Wright State UID number.
    2. Spouses and employees enrolled on a Wright State medical plan as a spouse: First initial of your first name + first 4 letters of your last name + the last 4 digits of your SSN.
  4. Enter your password (established during your account set up).
  5. Click on the My Wellness tab.
  6. Click on Biometric Screening Results and review your report.
  7. Click on Health Risk Report and review your report.
5

Primary Care Physician (PCP) Visit

Submission Deadline: March 31, 2021

Once you have obtained your screening results, schedule an annual routine visit with your PCP. Take your screening results and the HealthWorks’ Annual Physician Verification Form (PDF) to your appointment to review your screening results and discuss your overall health and applicable preventive cancer screenings. The Annual Physician Verification form must be signed and submitted to HealthWorks by your physician via one of the following methods:

Additional information regarding PCP Visits

  • Each calendar year, Wright State's medical plans cover one annual routine visit with a PCP at no cost to you.
  • If you received an annual visit in 2020, you should consider scheduling your appointment after January 1, 2021, to avoid any out-of-pocket expenses.
  • Need a PCP? Anthem Engage can assist you with finding an in-network provider.

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