We believe taking care of your health and wellbeing should be a priority every day. Whether you’re back in the office or still at home, below are some super simple ways you can maintain your overall health.

Drink Up

We all know it’s important to drink water, but when jumping from meeting to meeting, or call to call, it can be easy to forget. The solution? Invest in a reusable water bottle you can sip on throughout the day, or set a few reminders on your phone throughout the day to grab a glass of water. Staying hydrated will keep your mind clear and keep kidney and other bodily functions in top shape.

Get on Your Feet

Sitting in your office chair for 8 or more hours is bad for your health. Even if it’s grabbing a snack in the break room, or, if you’re at home, taking a quick lap around the house, will boost your metabolism and work productivity. Want to feel even better? Take five minutes to do some simple stretches.

Pick Up the Pace

Workdays can get hectic, but physical activity should always be on your schedule. Walking on your lunch break, running with your dog in the morning, and playing outdoor games with kids are all ways to get active that don’t require a gym membership.

Veggies vs. Chips

Snacking throughout the day can help give you the fuel you need to complete various tasks and to-dos, but what you snack on can be the difference between that afternoon crash or having the energy to last until you until you’re back on the couch watching Netflix. If you don’t have access to healthy snacks at your workplace, stock up on things like carrots, nuts, dried fruit, and jerky and bring them with you. Or, if you’re home due to COVID-19, make something interesting like bell peppers and hummus or cottage cheese with fruit.

Grab a Buddy

Accountability is the best way to challenge yourself to a healthier lifestyle. If you find it hard to make time for your health, or if you want some extra motivation, find a coworker or friend to check-in with. You might even create a group message with your colleagues and plan healthy lunches or organize an after-work workout.

Though it may feel like a burden, making time to take care of yourself will leave you more energized, motivated, and productive. Whatever your workweek may look like, make your health a priority.

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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