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Eastman Health and Wellness Programs November 15, 2011 Susan Harris
Eastman Integrated Health Goals Healthier and more productive workforce Greater responsibility for one's health status More cost-effective purchase of medical care Lower rate of increase in overall cost of medical, disability and related expenses Improved quality of health care delivered Opportunity to impact Eastman’s financial performance: Containing direct health care spend Reducing indirect cost of poor health (absenteeism and productivity) Results “Building a Culture of Health”
1)Collect your biometric measures, including height, weight, body fat, blood pressure, cholesterol (HDL, LDL, triglycerides) and blood glucose. 2) Complete the on-line questionnaire 3)Review and/or print your results. Health Risk Assessments Employees get $600 reduction on next year’s health care contributions!
Fitness Centers and Group Fitness 4 on-site fitness centers-Kingsport Fitness center at each of other domestic sites Group Fitness programs include: ●Yoga ●Kickboxing ●Aerobics ●Many others…..
Divisional Programming Wellness Teams Quarterly data reports for each division Group competitions
Educational Seminars Health Improvement Programs Mind Your Health on the GO! Nursing Mothers Program Diabetes Class offered by Local Health Care System Cooking Demonstrations
Employee Risk Levels 2006 - 2010 8 Lowering Percent At Risk Over Four Years: Cholesterol: 27.8% Hypertension: 24.7% Tobacco Use: 21.7% Diabetes: 17.5% Pre-Diabetes: 12.7% Lack of Physical Activity: 11.9% Overweight/Obese:.6%
2012 HealthE Dividends Program * High-risk diabetics in certain local diabetes programs may be eligible for a higher maximum ($200 for participation and an additional $300 for achieving specific clinical improvements for a total of $500 ) ** Must be enrolled in Eastman healthcare to be eligible for these programs/services Employees and covered spouses can each earn $300 Incentive Amount HealthE Living Participation = $100 Achieving Goal = $200 $300 Diabetes (CIGNA Personal Health Team)**$300 Stress Management (CIGNA Personal Health Team) **$300 Stress Less Living (On-site at TN and TX)$300 Hypertension (CIGNA Personal Health Team) ** Participation = $100 Achieving Goal = $200 $300 Back to Basics Participation: $100 Achieving Goal: $200 $300 BodE Mass Project Participation = $100 Achieving Goal = $200 $300 Local Diabetes Program * Participation = $200 Achieving Goal = $300 $500
Programs to Help Chronic Conditions ConditionIncentive Program Amount Diabetes CIGNA telephonic (5 sessions) – Includes pre-diabetics Kingsport High Risk Texas High Risk $300 $500 Hypertension CIGNA telephonic (5 sessions) $300
Life Style Management Programs ConditionIncentive ProgramAmount Stress On-site Stress Less Living (Kpt & TX) CIGNA telephonic (5 sessions) $300 Weight Mgmt. BodE Mass Project Mid-year BodE Mass Project sign-up (one-half incentive amount) $300 $150 Flexibility/ Mobility Back to Basics (6 sessions) $300
Maintaining Your Health ConditionIncentive ProgramAmount Overall Health Maintenance/ Improvement HealthE Living (8 sessions) BodE Mass (Maintain ideal body weight) $300
Personal Privacy & Confidentiality Personal privacy and confidentiality is protected in all programs and services Eastman Integrated Health works with procurement and legal to ensure compliance with laws and regulations
CIGNA Personal Health Team Dedicated group of health advisors who are a single point of contact to help connect you to health resources. Health advisors include: nurses, dieticians, clinicians, counselors and other specialists. Medical guidance available 24/7 Calls are confidential.
Spreading the Word to Employees and Spouses Weekly Online Newsletter Health information on all bathroom stall doors Spouse Newsletter to homes Face-to-face interactions (i.e. team meetings., health fairs/seminars) Spouse Center (HealthE Connections Center) HealthE Connections website www.myCigna.com