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Washington wellness coordinator networking training march 26 2014

Washington Wellness Coordinator Networking & TrainingMarch 26, 2014

Public Employees Benefits (PEB) Division

Washington Wellness:

Pam Walker – Higher Education Outreach & Support

Scott Pritchard – Health Management

Sonja Dordal – State Agency Outreach & Support



Meet greet network
Meet & Greet & Network

Find some folks you do not know and gather in groups of 3-4.

Discuss:

  • What challenges do you have with promoting the surcharges and incentive?

  • What ideas do you have for overcoming those challenges?

  • Record questions.


Washington wellness updates
Washington Wellness Updates

Calendar

  • Newsletter

  • Trainings

  • Find online

    http://www.hca.wa.gov/pebb/wellness/Pages/training.aspx


Washington wellness updates1
Washington Wellness Updates

NOT ME Diabetes Prevention Program

  • Well-accepted & great value

  • Executive Order 13-06

  • Process improvements

    • Revised Estimation Sheet

    • Revised Request Form

    • Resuming events after mid-June

  • Data

  • Provider recruitment and virtual option


Washington wellness updates2
Washington Wellness Updates

Virtual Network

  • Goal for WA Wellness:

    • Help connect organizations

    • Facilitate communication and sharing of ideas

  • Researched & tested off-the shelf products 2013

  • HCA actively investigating – Portal option


Washington wellness updates3
Washington Wellness Updates

Team WorkWell Intention

  • Agencies and Higher Education Institutions building an infrastructure for program implementation

  • Align with SmartHealth, yet develop wellness program based on unique needs and interests


Washington wellness updates4
Washington Wellness Updates

Team WorkWell Current Membership

  • 32 Agencies

  • 10 Higher Education Institutions


Team workwell membership agencies
Team WorkWell MembershipAgencies


Team workwell membership higher education institutions
Team WorkWell MembershipHigher Education Institutions


Washington wellness updates5
Washington Wellness Updates

Zo8 Award Submissions

  • Western Washington University

  • Department of Retirement System

  • Washington Student Achievement Council

  • Health Care Authority

  • Office of Attorney General


Washington wellness updates6
Washington Wellness Updates

Reporting on Standards

  • Progress reports due in July and December to Washington Wellness Team

  • By December 31, Wellness Team will report progress to Health and Wellness Steering Committee

  • Health and Wellness Steering Committee reports to Governor’s Health Leadership Team


Washington wellness updates7
Washington Wellness Updates

Health & Wellness Portal

  • SmarthHealth online platform

  • Limeade selected: 1/1/2015 go live

  • Single health assessment

  • Agency/Institution Customization

  • Health improvement tools and “challenges”

  • Agency level “real time” reporting

  • WC training in Q3 / Q4


Smarthealth beginning april 1
SmartHealthBeginning April 1…

  • PEBB SmartHealthIncentive qualification

    • Attest by June 30

  • Tobacco Surcharge

    • Attest May 15

  • Spousal Surcharge

    • Attest by May 15


SmartHealth

Action Required

On the PEBB Website:

  • Create personal account in PEBB MyAccount

  • Attest to:

    • SmartHealth qualifying Actions

    • Tobacco use status

    • Spousal coverage status


SmartHealth

Expected Outcomes

  • Engage Employees and their families in taking responsibility for their health and using benefits wisely

  • Improve the health status of PEB members

  • Positive impact on the medical cost trend and productivity

  • Develop Trust and Partnership with PEBB members


SmartHealth

Incentive

  • 2014

    • Qualifying Year

  • 2015

    • Incentive Delivered

      • Subscriber must continue to be eligible and enrolled in 2015 to receive the incentive


SmartHealth

Qualifying Actions

By June 30, 2014, employees and other subscribers in the non-medicare risk pool:

Attest to these actions (on MyAccount)

  • Completed the Health Assessment offered through your medical plan

    AND

    2. Selected a Primary Care Provider (PCP)

    AND


SmartHealth

Qualifying Actions (continued)

3. Will complete one of the following activities in Calendar year 2014:

  • Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) for members who have pre-diabetes

  • Diabetes Control Program (DCP) for members who have diabetes

  • Smoking Cessation program for members who use tobacco products

  • Weight Management program, such as one offered through your health plan or other program not covered by your health plan


SmartHealth

Qualifying Actions (continued)

  • Physical Activity: At least 90 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity per week for at least 10 consecutive weeks, such as walking, running or other aerobic activity

  • Healthy Food Selection: eat 6 or more vegetable/fruit servings per day for at least 10 consecutive weeks

  • Work with your PCP to get all recommended preventive care, such as immunizations or screenings


SmartHealth

Incentive Amount and Delivery

Incentive Amount

  • $125

    Incentive Delivery

    In 2015:

  • Subscriber deductible reduced

  • CDHP: A direct one time deposit into the HSA at the beginning of the year


Tobacco Surcharge

Between April 1 and May 15, 2014 (on MyAccount ):

  • Attest to tobacco use status for subscriber and insured dependents

  • Surcharge

    • $25/month: subscriber or any PEBB enrolled family member uses tobacco.

    • Definition: Resolved that tobacco use means any use of tobacco products within the past two months. Tobacco use, however, does not include religious or ceremonial use of tobacco.

    • Excludes subscriber or PEBB enrolled family member enrolled in PEBB medical plan tobacco cessation program.


Spousal Surcharge

Between April 1 and May 15, 2014 (on MyAccount):

  • Attest to a spouse/domestic partner not having chosen to enroll in other employer-based coverage that has benefits and premiums with an actuarial value of not less than 95% of the value of the UMP Classic plan.

  • Surcharge: $50 per month.


Agency/Institution Role

Coordinate with your Pers/Pay Department

  • Awareness Campaign

    • Tobacco and Spousal surcharge

    • PEBB SmartHealth incentive qualification

  • Best Practices

    • Hot links to PEBB website

    • Sr Leaders and supervisors

    • Time

    • Hard to reach sub-populations

    • Agency programs that qualify as “Healthy Activities” in SmartHealth

    • Use PEBB developed language: Link to resources on Washington Wellness website


Agency/Institution Role

Offer programs & activities to complete the Wellness Actions



Agency/Institution Role

Offer programs & activities to complete the Wellness Actions


Agency/Institution Role

Offer programs & activities to complete the Wellness Actions

For a free Full Plate Living book, contact Ricky Seiler [email protected], mention WA Wellness


Agency/Institution Role

Offer programs & activities to complete the Wellness Actions


Agency/Institution Role

Offer programs & activities to complete the Wellness Actions


Agency/Institution Role

Offer programs & activities to complete the Wellness Actions



Contact
Contact

Washington Wellness

www.hca.wa.gov/pebb/wellness

360.725.1700

Pam Walker Higher Education Institutions

  • 360.725.2103 [email protected]

    Sonja Dordal State Agencies

  • 360-725-1471 [email protected]


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