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Health Assessment

Develop a Personal Plan for Healthy Living

The Health Assessment or Kaiser Permanente Health Profile is a quick, easy and confidential questionnaire that offers you a snapshot of your health and health risks and helps you create a roadmap to healthy living.

When you and your eligible spouse or covered domestic partner both complete your Health Assessment or Health Profile between Nov. 1 and Dec. 15, 2017, you’ll save $200 to $600 off your medical expenses in 2018.

To take your Health Assessment or Health Profile:

Trust Medical Plan
Kaiser Permanente Plan
The Health Assessment

The Health Assessment is a confidential questionnaire about health and lifestyle habits. It’s quick and easy to complete and gives you immediate results to help you find ways to improve or maintain your health.

Every year you have the opportunity to take your Health Assessment, which can help track your health progress, but it can also help you save money.

If you, and your eligible spouse or covered domestic partner 18 years of age and older, take your annual Health Assessment between Nov. 1 and Dec. 15, 2017, you may receive the following incentives:

  • Medical Plan A, B, C, and Z – your annual deductible in 2018 will be $200 less for individual coverage and up to $600 less for family coverage than if you do not take it.
  • Medical Plan JC28XL – your out-of-pocket maximum in 2018 will be $200 less, than if you do not take it.

Visit wateamsters.vivacity.com to get started.

The Health Assessment is provided by Vivacity, an independent health management service provider. Your responses to the questions are completely confidential, protected by federal law, and cannot be shared with the Trust, your union or your employer without your permission.
How to Take Your Health Assessment

Taking your confidential Health Assessment is quick and easy. On your first visit to the Trust’s Vivacity site you will be asked to register, and then be taken directly to the assessment. If you have health-related information like your blood pressure or cholesterol levels, it would be helpful to gather these numbers in advance so you can get a more accurate result when taking your annual Health Assessment.

Once complete your assessment will offer immediate results on how you can improve your health, and any programs that may be available to you. You can even print a certificate of your completion if you would like.

Throughout the year you can log in and update your assessment at any time, though you’ll only receive the incentive to save on your 2018 medical expenses if you take it between Nov. 1 and Dec. 15, 2017

Next Steps After the Health Assessment

Based on your answers to the Health Assessment you may be invited to enroll in one, or several, of the wellness programs offered by the Trust. You may be contacted by phone or mail to participate in the voluntary programs that may be relevant to you.

Learn more about Lifestyle Coaching, Quit For Life® Tobacco Cessation, and Chronic Condition Management.

 

Your Privacy Matters

Wellness programs are paid for by the Trust and provided by independent service providers at no additional cost to you. Any information you share on your Health Assessment or with any one of the programs is completely confidential, protected by federal law, and cannot be shared with your union or your employer without your permission.

The Health Profile from Kaiser Permanente

The Health Profile for Kaiser Permanente (formerly Group Health) participants is a confidential questionnaire about health and lifestyle habits. It’s quick and easy to complete and gives you immediate results to help you find ways to improve or maintain your health.

Every year you have the opportunity to take your Health Profile, which can help track your health progress, but it can also help you save money.

If you, and your eligible spouse or covered domestic partner 18 years of age and older, take your Health Profile between Nov. 1 and Dec. 15, 2017, your 2018 deductible will be $200 less for individual coverage and up to $600 less for family coverage, than if you do not take it.

Visit kp.org/wa, and login or create an account to get started.

How to Take Your Health Profile

Taking your confidential Health Profile is quick and easy. If you have health-related information like your blood pressure or cholesterol levels, it would be helpful to gather these numbers in advance so you can get a more accurate results.

Register or login to Kaiser Permanente Online Member Services to take your Health Profile.

Throughout the year you can log in and update your Health Profile at any time, though you’ll only receive the incentive to save on your 2018 medical expenses if you take it between Nov. 1 and Dec. 15, 2017

Benefits of Taking Your Health Profile

The Health Profile is an online questionnaire and report that takes an in-depth look at your unique health history and lifestyle to help you and your doctor take better control of your health.

In the questionnaire, you’ll be asked about your medical history and your lifestyle routines. If you receive primary care at a Kaiser Permanente Medical Centers location, certain information from your medical record will already be included, such as your most recent blood pressure reading and cholesterol levels.

After you submit the questionnaire, you will receive an online report with your health status, your risk for certain diseases, and suggestions for improving your health. When you update your profile — every year, or more often if you’d like — you’ll see a comparison to what’s changed since your last profile.

Registering for Online Member Services

If you have not yet registered for Kaiser Permanente Online Member Services (formerly MyGroupHealth), please follow the instructions on the website. You must register for enhanced services to access the Health Profile.

Once registered, log in and click on Complete a Health Profile. Have your ID card handy—you’ll need your Kaiser Permanente member ID to take the Health Profile.

Your Privacy Matters

The Health Profile is administered by Kaiser Permanente. Any information you share on your Health Profile is completely confidential, protected by federal law, and cannot be shared with the Trust, your union or your employer without your permission.