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Healthy Futures: The Health Assessment

Learn Your Risks


Note: If you cover a spouse or domestic partner on your medical plan, this step will need to be completed by your covered spouse/domestic partner as well.
Once you’ve logged into the MyOEBB system and indicate you choose to participate in the Healthy Futures program, the next step is to complete your Health Assessment (HA). Completing the HA is easy and completely confidential. In fact, there’s a link in the MyOEBB system so you can complete it while you’re making your plan elections if you want! Or, you can go to your medical carrier’s website and complete your HA anytime between now and May 31.


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How to Complete a Health Assessment

 Kaiser members

Go to: kp.org -- Log into your Kaiser account, or register for a new account, then click on My Health Manager and choose “My medical record”, then click on “Total Health Assessment” in the lower left-hand corner of the screen


Moda Health/ODS members

Go to: modahealth.com/oebb -- Log into your myModa account (same as your former myODS account), or register for a new account, then click “Health Risk Assessment (HRA)”








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What to Gather Before You Begin


Gathering some of your recent health information before you start your Health Assessment will help you have a more complete and accurate assessment and save time.  Although some of these details are not required and you can skip questions, to get the full benefit of this tool, you’ll want to answer just as many questions as you possibly can. You may find it helpful to gather the following information before you begin and note the dates these measurements were taken whenever possible:

·         current height, weight and waist size in inches
·         recent blood pressure
·         your most recent lab results (should be current within the past 5 years)
o   cholesterol (LDL, HDL, and Triglycerides)
o   fasting and/or non-fasting glucose level
·         date of most recent preventive screenings and vaccines such as:
o   Mammogram
o   PAP smear
o   Colon cancer screening
o   Flu vaccine
o   Pneumonia vaccine


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Areas of Focus



The questions will focus on different areas of health-related behavior, such as:
·         general information & health history
·         physical activity & nutrition
·         stress & well-being
·         health screening numbers
·         readiness to change lifestyles


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Exemption Policy

The Oregon Educators Benefit Board (OEBB) will allow exemptions from the Healthy Futures’ online health assessment and/or the two healthy activities requirements for members whose condition, disability or situation makes it unreasonably difficult or medically inadvisable. The complete policy and instructions explaining how to apply for exemption are available on the OEBB website.

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More Information

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