How can you qualify to Upgrade to the 2016 Wellness CDHP?
The State of Indiana is again offering a way to upgrade your health plan during Open Enrollment this fall. Similar to last year, the Wellness Consumer Driven Health Plan (CDHP) offers lower premiums to those who qualify. To qualify for the Wellness CDHP upgrade, employees covered by the State of Indiana medical plan provided through the State Personnel Department must enroll in Humana Vitality and attain Silver Status within the program before August 31, 2015.
Humana Vitality is an incentive-based wellness portal that empowers you to invest in your health. The quickest path to Silver Status within the program is completing the:
Health Assessment, a confidential assessment that helps you to identify health risks, as well as giving you the opportunity to create a plan to address potential risks.
Vitality Check with your primary care physician or attending one of many free screening events happening around the state in coming months. These numbers are kept confidential from your employer.
Action Items recommended within Humana Vitality to take charge of your health. These items (customized for each participant) have different point totals and enough points must be earned to attain Silver Status (or higher).
Our goal is to provide you with tools and programs that assist you in improving your overall health and well-being.
Use Humana ID to register for HumanaVitality
Employees covered by a state medical plan provided by the State Personnel Department should receive a welcome packet in the mail from HumanaVitality. Included in this welcome packet is a membership card that lists your unique HumanaVitality member number. You will be asked for this number when you register for the program.
If you don’t receive the packet or just want to get started sooner, you can visit www.humanavitality.com/investinyourhealth and use your birthday, social security number and home zip code to log in. If you have further questions about HumanaVitality, please call their Customer Care Center at 1-800-708-1105.