Maintaining good health is ensuring you stay proactive in your preventive health. This can include annual physical exams, avoiding delays in treatment for any ailments, and changing your lifestyle. Getting caught up in the ebbs and flows of day-to-day activities is easy, but it’s important to consider the health risks you take when you ignore your body’s demands. The Health Management Plan is designed to help you develop and maintain healthier lifestyles through professional guidance, encouragement, and resources. By putting your health first, becoming stronger and happier can become part of your new normal.
The Supplemental Health Management Plan is a supplemental health benefits package that helps you take control of your overall well-being. Think of it as an accountability partner to help you stay on track! The Health Management Plan provides health and lifestyle coaches that work with you on behavioral changes leading to better choices for a healthier life and greater productivity.
On average, employees enrolled in the Supplemental Health Management Plan see an increase in each paycheck!1 After enrollment, you will receive an email and a phone call from the Health Management Plan to review your health profile and plan selection, determine any potential paycheck increases, and review the benefits of the Health Management Plan in more detail.
And if all the health benefits weren’t enough to convince you, there’s always the possibility of seeing more money in your pocket…but we all know the best benefit is being proactive in the restoration and maintenance of your health!
After the tax benefit you receive offsets the cost of the plan, you could have savings left over.
These additional savings will increase your paycheck.
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* This amount is a paid claim for the wellness screening fully insured indemnity benefit and is not guaranteed unless the insured utilizes the wellness screening benefits to generate a claim. Benefits paid under this program may be taxable income. Participants should consult their tax professional.
The best way to remain proactive in maintaining good health is to invest in preventive care, such as important health screenings. Thanks to the Health Management Plan, you can access specialized health screenings that are more accurate in detecting health issues early.
Most workers in the United States report experiencing stress on the job.2 Though many factors cause stress outside of the workplace, a stress test allows doctors to analyze the level of physical activity you can achieve. The test is typically conducted using a treadmill or bicycle.
2 American Institute of Stress
A chest X-ray of your lungs, heart, and chest wall to diagnose and monitor various lung conditions, such as pneumonia, emphysema, and cancer.
Did you know that lymphoma, breast, and colon cancer are among the most commonly misdiagnosed cancers in the U.S.?
Annual mammograms are not enough to stay proactive in detecting breast cancer–nearly 16% of them missing breast cancer cases. PHMP offers:
- Thermography (infrared photo), which detects and records temperature changes on the skin's surface.
- Ultrasound, which can determine if a lump is solid or filled with fluid.
- CA 15-3, also known as the cancer antigen 15-3, can be used to [monitor] breast cancer treatment, and detect cancer recurrence.
CEA is a blood test used to help diagnose and manage certain types of cancers, including colon cancer
Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, is a protein produced by prostate gland cells. The PSA test measures the level of PSA in men's blood.
A Serum Protein Electrophoresis test, or SPEP, measures specific proteins in the blood to help diagnose your risk of myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cells.
A bone marrow test examines the fluid and tissue in your bone marrow. According to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the test helps determine whether cancer or another disease affects blood cells or marrow.