For 2018, qualifying wellness activities span the full spectrum of total well-being. You’ll earn points when you complete a combination of physical, emotional, social, financial and general health awareness activities. Each time you complete a qualifying wellness activity, you’ll earn points. Accumulate 1,000 points by October 26, 2018 to qualify for the 2019 Wellness Credit.

Click an activity below to see more information about what you need to do and the points available. You have flexibility to choose as many activities from any combination of the five categories. However, some activities and categories have a maximum number of points that can count toward your total goal. Be sure to allow plenty of time to accumulate the required points before the deadline; many activities require extended participation to complete.

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50 points

Take (or update) the voluntary health questionnaire by June 30, 2018 and you will automatically receive points for completing it by this deadline. These points are not available if you complete the health questionnaire after June 30, 2018. Take (or update) the voluntary health questionnaire now.

50 points

As you make healthy choices and participate in healthy activities, be sure to take your voluntary health questionnaire each year. You can even update it throughout the year as often as you like. If your score improves at any time in 2018, you’ll receive points.  Take (or update) the voluntary health questionnaire now.

Note: After you take the health questionnaire in 2018, system records will retrieve completion history starting with the 2014 program year. If, at any time since 2014, you already took the health questionnaire and your 2018 score shows an improvement, then you’ll receive points for this activity.

 

 

 

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25 points

This 4-week goal has a target for you to record your daily exercise activities for a minimum of 9 out of 28 days. When you create a goal to Enjoy Exercise using My Health Assistant, you’ll automatically receive 25 points. My Health Assistant is an interactive online tool that allows you to create personalized weekly plans. You can also activate mobile messaging to help keep you on track. For more details and important instructions about this activity, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page.

Note: Points for this activity are only for initially creating this goal to Enjoy Exercise. There is a separate points activity for tracking your progress toward completion of this goal. While not required to satisfy the requirements to receive points for this activity, you are encouraged to log your progress toward this exercise goal. See the Track your Exercise activity for more information.  

1 point per day, 25 points maximum

Earn points each day you log your progress in the Exercise Tracker or in the Enjoy Exercise goal in My Health Assistant, if you’ve created that goal. If you want to make tracking your progress even easier, consider activating text message reminders. For more details and important instructions, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page.

Please note: Activity logged in the Steps Tracker will not receive points. While you are encouraged to use as many trackers as you like, activity must be reflected in the Exercise Tracker to receive points for this activity.

50 points

Get your flu shot between January 1, 2018 and October 26, 2018. Next, record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

50 points

When you spot a disease or illness early through preventive care, the outcomes may be improved and the cost for treatment may be reduced. Complete any one of the preventive care activities listed below between January 1, 2018 and October 26, 2018. Keep in mind that not all of the screenings listed may be right for you. The screenings that are appropriate for you depend on personal factors such as your age, gender and family history. Be sure to ask your doctor about which exam you may need and the appropriate frequency. While you're encouraged to get all recommended preventive care, you can only earn a maximum of 50 points for this wellness activity.

When you receive any one of the preventive care choices listed below, record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

  • Annual physical exam (Any age or gender).
  • Annual well woman exam.
  • Breast cancer screening.
  • Prostate cancer screening.
  • Colon cancer screening.
  • Dental exam.
  • Annual comprehensive eye exam.

50 points

Participate in a weight loss program of your choice to earn points. For example, you could participate in a weight loss meeting or one of the local Chevron fitness center programs. Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

50 points

Participate in a health club or participate in a sports league to earn points. Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

100 points

To receive points, you will be required to participate in a Chevron Physical Activity Challenge during the dates of the challenge and meet the specified goals of the challenge. A Chevron Physical Activity Challenge is not currently open, but watch for communications about a challenge opportunity later this year. If you qualify for points, your points will appear on the Rewards page of the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website approximately two weeks after the challenge concludes.

100 points

Get your blood pressure measured and record your values. If both systolic and diastolic numbers are in-range, you’ll automatically earn points. An in-range Blood Pressure is anything 120 mmHg systolic or less and 80 mmHg diastolic or less. Learn about resources to help you get your numbers. Record your blood pressure values using any one of the following options:

  • When you take the health questionnaire you will be prompted to enter your blood pressure.
  • Enter your values into a tracker. For more details and important instructions about how to do this, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page.

What if my numbers are not in-range? There are resources that can help. Try speaking with a WebMD health coach, discussing with your doctor and learning about blood pressure.

100 points

Get your HDL, LDL and Total Cholesterol values measured and record the results. If all 3 of your values are in-range, you’ll automatically earn points. Learn about resources to help you get your numbers. Record your values using any one of the following options:

  • When you take the health questionnaire you will be prompted to enter your cholesterol.
  • Enter your values into a tracker. For more details and important instructions about how to do this, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page.

What if my numbers are not in-range? There are resources that can help. Try speaking with a WebMD health coach, discussing with your doctor and learning about cholesterol.

50 points per call for first two calls. 100 points for a third call. 200 points maximum.

Complete (or update) the voluntary health questionnaire in 2018, then work with a WebMD health coach between January 1, 2018 and October 26, 2018 to receive points. Your coach will work with you to determine your health goal(s) and discuss how many coaching sessions for which they will reach out to you. You can always initiate as many coaching calls as you need, although you can only earn a maximum of 200 points for this wellness activity.

You can contact a coach without an appointment by calling them directly at any time during their normal business hours. When you complete each lifestyle management coaching call, your points are automatically applied to this activity within 24 hours, as applicable. Specialty coaching for tobacco cessation or weight management will not be reflected in this activity.

This activity requires advanced planning and scheduling to complete.  If you intend to complete this activity, please start it months in advance of the final deadline.

Reach a health coach at 1-888-321-1544 (from inside the U.S.) or 925-842-8346 (from outside U.S.).

200 points

Complete (or update) the voluntary health questionnaire in 2018 and enter your tobacco use when prompted. The first time you take it in 2018, if you record you are tobacco free, you will automatically receive points.

Or, if you are not currently tobacco free, you can still earn points when you complete three tobacco cessation coaching calls within one attempt to quit program. This is similar to standard health coaching, but with specialized assistance to work to help you become tobacco free. The total number of your coaching sessions may vary according to your interest in engaging in the program, but a minimum of 3 calls within one attempt to quit program must be completed between January 1, 2018 to October 26, 2018 to automatically receive 200 points. Please note that this activity requires advanced planning and scheduling to complete. If you intend to complete this activity, please start it months in advance of the final deadline. To get started call 1-888-321-1544 (from inside the U.S.) or 925-842-8346 (from outside U.S.).

For more details and important instructions about this activity, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate the Tobacco activity on the page.

100 points

When you take the health questionnaire you will be prompted to enter your height and weight to calculate your BMI. If the BMI calculated is 34.9 or below, you will automatically receive 100 points.

Or, if your BMI is 35 or above, you can still earn points when you complete a weight management specialty coaching program. This is similar to standard health coaching, but with specialized assistance to work toward a healthy BMI. This service is only available to those that qualify. The total number of your coaching sessions may vary according to your interest in engaging in the program, but a minimum of 8 calls with a weight management coach must be completed between January 1, 2018 to October 26, 2018 to automatically receive 250 points. Please note that this activity requires advanced planning and scheduling to complete.  If you intend to complete this activity, please start it months in advance of the final deadline.

For more details and important instructions about this activity, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate the BMI activity on the page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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100 points

Chevron offers access to one of two accounts, either the Health Care Spending Account (HCSA) or a health savings account (HSA). The premise of these accounts is simple. You contribute money, and later you can use the money in your account to help pay for certain out-of-pocket health care costs. If you are contributing to a health savings account (HSA) or the Chevron Health Care Spending Account (HCSA) in 2018, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

Please note: There are additional eligibility rules, restrictions and enrollment deadlines to participate in these health accounts. Learn more on hr2.chevron.com.

50 points

Research the cost of a medical procedure or treatment to help you make informed decisions regarding your care using the Know Your Cost tool, powered by Castlight. This activity is currently available only to employees enrolled in the Medical PPO Plan, the Chevron High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) or the Chevron High Deductible Health Plan Basic (HDHP Basic).

To use the Know Your Cost tool:

  • Log in to your account on the Anthem website at anthem.com/ca.
  • Next, click Know Your Cost from the top navigation. The first time you use the tool, you’ll need to answer a few questions to verify your account.
  • Follow the directions on the screen to analyze costs for a procedure or treatment and use the tool’s other features.

Know Your Cost is your personalized healthcare assistant. This tool can help you:

  • Save on the care you need. Find doctors, hospitals, and medical services. Compare them by cost and quality.
  • Review past expenses. Learn where you are in your deductible phase, and how much you paid and why.
  • Make smart choices. Receive personalized recommendations based on your past care and network provider options.

Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

100 points

Watch a health benefits video on hr2.chevron.com. Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

 

 

 

 

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50 points

Chevron’s Employee Assistance and Worklife services (EAP) offers a variety of resources to employees, including the mental health screening tool. This is a completely confidential and anonymous screening tool that is available 24 hours a day, to you and your family members. Three screenings are available, including depression, alcohol and an eating disorders screening. Complete an assessment using the online screening tool. Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity

50 points

To receive points, you must watch a Rethink video. The Rethink program is not yet available, but watch for communications about this new program when it’s introduced later this year. More information about how to participate in this activity will be available at that time.

25 points

This 4-week goal encourages you to use the Stress Tracker to record a low level of stress on at least 21 out of 28 days. When you create a goal to Conquer Stress using My Health Assistant you will automatically receive 25 points. My Health Assistant is an interactive online tool that allows you to create personalized weekly plans. You can also activate mobile messaging to help keep you on track. For more details and important instructions about this activity, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page.

Note: Points for this activity are only for initially creating this goal to Conquer Stress. There is a separate points activity for tracking your progress toward completion of this stress goal. While not required to satisfy the requirements to receive points for this activity, you are encouraged to log your progress toward this stress goal. See the Track Your Stress Levels activity for more information.

1 point per day, 25 points maximum

Earn points each day you log your progress in the Stress Tracker or in the Conquer Stress goal in My Health Assistant, if you’ve created that goal. If you want to make tracking your progress even easier, consider activating text message reminders. For more details and important instructions, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page.

25 points

This 4-week goal encourages you to use the Mood Tracker to record a “Happy” or “Okay” mood on 21 out of 28 days. When you create a goal to Feel Happier using My Health Assistant you will automatically receive 25 points. My Health Assistant is an interactive online tool that allows you to create personalized weekly plans. You can also activate mobile messaging to help keep you on track. For more details and important instructions about this activity, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page. 

Note: Points for this activity are only for initially creating this goal to Feel Happier. There is a separate points activity for tracking your progress toward completion of this mood goal. While not required to satisfy the requirements to receive points for this activity, you are encouraged to log your progress toward this mood goal. See the Track Your Mood activity for more information.

1 point per day, 25 points maximum

Earn points each day you log your progress in the Mood Tracker or in the Feel Happier goal in My Health Assistant, if you’ve created that goal. If you want to make tracking your progress even easier, consider activating text message reminders. For more details and important instructions, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website and locate this activity on the page.

50 points per visit, 100 points maximum

Visit with a mental health professional of your choice – through either Chevron EAP-WorkLife or a private practitioner through your Chevron Mental Health and Substance Abuse Plan – and receive points. There’s always someone available to help you – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Record completion of each visit by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

Chevron Employee Assistance and WorkLife Services (EAP-WorkLife) is an internal consulting service that is staffed with licensed, certified mental health professionals who are familiar with Chevron policies and culture. Reach an EAP Advisor day or night at CTN 842-3333, 1-925-842-3333 or 1-800-860-8205.

Beacon Health Options (Beacon) can help you locate providers under the Chevron Mental Health and Substance Abuse (MHSA) plan network, answer questions about mental health and substance abuse concerns, and more. Learn more about the MHSA plan on hr2.chevron.com. Contact Beacon Health Options at 1-800-847-2438 (inside the U.S.) or if you’re calling outside the U.S. use the AT&T Direct Service code in the country you’re calling from, and then dial 1-800-847-2438.

25 points per activity, 50 points maximum

Resilience may come naturally to you. But for most of us, it takes practice. Resilience is the ability to face and manage adversity, challenges and changes. Resilient people and organizations use resources adaptively and thrive. Chevron has resources to help you adapt, change and thrive.

Participate in an activity listed on the Chevron Employee Assistance and Worklife Services, Resilient Living page (intranet only) for points. There are many activities for you to choose from such as watching a video or attending an onsite event. Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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25 points per event, 100 points maximum

Strong social connection can help you improve and maintain your health and well-being. Chevron offers various opportunities for employees to connect and engage with others. Each time you attend an employee network event, you’ll earn points. Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

50 points per activity, 200 points maximum

Each time you attend a local wellness activities, you’ll earn points. Record completion of this activity by going to the Rewards page on the WebMD Healthy Heart Program website. Locate this activity on the page, click the I Did This button, and complete the required fields to receive points for this activity.

 

 

 

The health questionnaire is completely voluntary. Only you, WebMD, Chevron health care plans, and certain third party health care plan vendors will have access to your individual health questionnaire results.

This web page provides only certain highlights about changes of benefit provisions. It is not intended to be a complete explanation. If there are any discrepancies between this communication and the legal plan documents, the legal plan documents will prevail to the extent permitted by law. There are no vested rights with respect to Chevron health care plans or any company contributions towards the cost of such health care plans. Rather, Chevron Corporation reserves all rights, for any reason and at any time, to amend, change or terminate these plans or to change or eliminate the company contribution toward the cost of such plans. Such amendments, changes, terminations or eliminations may be applicable without regard to whether someone previously terminated employment with Chevron or previously was subject to a grandfathering provision. Some benefit plans and policies described in this document may be subject to collective bargaining and, therefore, may not apply to union-represented employees.

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