It’s National Women’s Health Week and it’s time to focus on better health moving forward. Women are unique, and your health needs are too – make yourself a priority this week.

How can you improve your health this week?

Boots Were Made for Walking

Let’s start with the obvious (but not the easy) – physical exercise! Pushing your body physically is necessary to maintain good health. Whether it’s walking your dog or mountain biking, getting your heart rate up with consistent exercise will dramatically improve your body weight, heart health, muscle tone, and energy levels.

Get Your Greens

If we beg our kids to eat their greens, we probably should too. Maintaining a well-balanced, nutritious diet will give your body the fuel it needs to power through the day as well as avoid a slew of health issues that come with poor diet such as, obesity, diabetes, and IBS. Not only is it important to consider what you eat for better health, but you should also avoid any harmful substances such as alcohol, tobacco, and drugs.

Mental Break

Health isn’t just physical. Taking care of your mental health is just as important as your physical health. Let’s face it, if you don’t have the necessary mental strength, it’ll be hard to push it through your workout, a busy day with kids, or even a night out with friends. Find ways to manage stress and anxiety such as stretching to calm music, meditating, or going for a walk on a local trail. Finding ways to connect with those you love, such as family members and friends is essential.

Pillow Talk

Along with mental health, allowing yourself to rest is extremely important to your overall wellbeing. Be sure to get the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep minimum. As hectic as schedules can become, try to follow a sleep routine (even on weekends) so your body can naturally fall asleep and wake up. Tip? Don’t spend time scrolling on your phone. The blue light of your screen will leave you wired and make it difficult to fall asleep.

Phone Your Provider

Have health concerns? Be sure you have access to your healthcare provider to address any current health concerns and/or conditions.

Have questions about care or coverage? Call us today! 844-234-4472

Steps Program Basics


Why Participate: So, you and your covered spouse can earn $1 for each day you walk 8,000 or more steps up to 20 days a month. All incentives earned this way are deposited into your HSA.

How to Participate: Create your MotivHealth member account. Sync an eligible device (Garmin, Fitbit, or Apple) and walk your way to $1 a day.

Who’s Eligible: You, the policy holder and a covered spouse.

Rx Program Basics


Why Participate: Spending $200 or more on prescriptions each month? We can help you eliminate or significantly lower your out-of-pocket costs.

How to Participate: Simply call one of our Prescription Benefit Analysts:
(385) 247-1030

Who’s Eligible: You, the policyholder and your covered dependents.

Prompt Pay Program Basics


Why Participate: Save between $250-$3,000 on out-of-pocket costs on planned medical procedures.

How to Participate: Simply call us before your scheduling your procedure, and we'll help you find a participating Prompt Pay facility / provider.

Who's Eligible: You, the policyholder and your covered dependents.

Price Transparency Tool Basics


Why Participate: Lower your out-of-pocket costs by empowering yourself to take charge of your healthcare.

How to Participate: Our Price Transparency Tool is accessed via your member portal. Simply create your account and click "Find Care."

Who's Eligible: You, the policyholder and your covered dependents with member accounts can access this tool.

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