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  • Start your journey to a Healthy Future!



    ​Want a lower deductible in 2014-15? Just a few simple steps will get you there!

    1. Say "YES!" -- choose to participate in the Healthy Futures program (by March 31, 2014).

    2. Learn your risks by completing a confidential health assessment (by May 31, 2014).

    3. Take two healthy actions to address your risks (by August 15, 2014).

    and 4! Report your actions (during the 2014 Open Enrollment period). 

    You'll automatically receive a $100/person (up to $300/family) lower deductible on your 2014-15 OEBB medical plan!

     

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Healthy Futures - What To Do Ideas for Wellness Actions

Step 1 - Agree to Participate

by March 31, 2014

Log into the MyOEBB system by March 31, 2014 and make sure your Healthy Futures election is set to "Yes! I want to participate!" If you cover a spouse/partner on your medical plan, make sure their election is also set to "Yes". If one of you participates but the other doesn't, your family as a whole will not have satisfied the requirements of the Healthy Futures program and no reward will be received.

Log into MyOEBB now 
 
Step 2 - Complete a Health Assessment
by May 31, 2014
Log into your medical carrier's website (Moda Health or Kaiser Permanente) and complete a confidential online health assessment. If you cover a spouse/partner on your medical plan, make sure they also complete their own individual health assessment. If one of you participates but the other doesn't, your family as a whole will not have satisfied the requirements of the Healthy Futures program and no reward will be received.
 
Each carrier has provided instructions to help walk you through the process:

Complete the Kaiser Health Assessment now

Complete the Moda Health Assessment now

 
Step 3 - Take two healthy actions
by August 15, 2014
The only requirements about what actions to take are:
1) If your health assessment indicates that weight is a health risk, one of your actions must be aimed at reducing that risk.
2) If your health assessment indicates that tobacco use is a health risk, one of your actions must be aimed at reducing that risk.
The options are limitless! (See the column to the right for some great suggestions.) Choose an activity that interests/challenges you and addresses your personal health risks. If you don't exercise much, try scheduling a 15 - 30 minute walk each day. If you already exercise regularly, set a goal that stretches you to new achievements. Or if your stress level is high, try some new relaxing techniques. Each person's comfort zone is different, so just try to step slightly out of yours. You might be amazed by how a small change can improve your life! If you cover a spouse/partner on your medical plan, make sure they also take two actions to address their personal health risks. If one of you participates but the other doesn't, your family as a whole will not have satisfied the requirements of the Healthy Futures program and no reward will be received.
 
 
Step 4 - Report your two activities in MyOEBB
during Open Enrollment 2014
It's that simple! No proof required, just let us know what actions you took and claim your financial reward for 2014-15! 
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The programs below are just a few ideas that are endorsed by OEBB and count as "healthy actions" for Step 3 of the Healthy Futures program.

Healthy Team Healthy U

MoodHelper

Weight Watchers 

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Healthy Team Healthy U


OEBB members and dependents age 18 or older enrolled in an OEBB medical plan can participate at NO COST in this innovative program proven to help participants lead a healthier life. You get the tools to improve your diet, be more physically active, have more energy, and enjoy better health.
 
Plus, participation in Healthy Team Healthy U counts as BOTH wellness activities for OEBB's Healthy Futures program!
 

 

MoodHelper 


MoodHelper is an online program for adults who want help managing their depression. Going at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home, you can learn skills to overcome depression that have been effective for millions of people.
OEBB members and dependents age 18 or older enrolled in an OEBB medical plan can participate at NO COST.

Learn more and get your invitation code

Watch a video on the MoodHelper program

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Weight Watchers
Anyone covered on an OEBB medical plan can join Weight Watchers at no cost (age restrictions may apply to children). 
 
Learn more about OEBB's Weight Watchers benefit