“I’m taking control and choosing health.”

Make the most of Chevron’s commitment to your health and well-being. Take control of your health and earn points towards health rewards. Qualify for the rewards and discover how your efforts to choose health are supported.

Current health rewards available

The current health rewards period starts January 1, 2017. To participate, you must be an eligible employee and complete all requirements by October 27, 2017. Each time you complete and log one of the qualifying activities listed below, you’ll earn points. Accumulate 1,000 points by October 27, 2017 to qualify for a Wellness Credit. The Wellness Credit is a premium reduction of up to $750 annually on qualifying Chevron-sponsored medical coverage premiums from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018. Learn more about the Wellness Credit.

Some activities require advance scheduling and time to complete, so be sure to allow time to accumulate the points before the deadline. Points do not roll over from year to year. Expand the categories below to learn about, start and report completed activities.

If you have a health condition and don’t think you can meet a standard for qualifying for the health rewards, you might be eligible for an opportunity to earn the same reward by different means. Send an email to heart@chevron.com and we will work with you to find alternative activities that are right for you in light of your health status.

Qualifying Activities for Points

Each time you complete one of the qualifying activities listed below, you’ll earn points. Expand a category to read about activities, including important instructions and links for completion. The WebMD website tracks your activities and points, including access to some of the health tools you can use to earn points. To see your points progress or report completion, use the button below to access your WebMD Healthy Heart program website account, then click Rewards from the top navigation. 

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If you take (or update) the voluntary health questionnaire, you’ll automatically receive points if any of the situations below apply to you. When you take the health questionnaire, you’ll be asked to provide certain health-related numbers. Learn about resources to help you get your numbers.

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  • 100 POINTS. Complete the health questionnaire by June 30, 2017. If you complete the voluntary health questionnaire by June 30, 2017 you will automatically receive points for this activity. If you complete the health questionnaire after June 30, 2017 there are no points for this activity.
  • 50 POINTS. If this is your first year to complete the questionnaire, you’ll receive points. If this is your first time completing the voluntary health questionnaire, then you'll automatically receive points for completion of this activity if you take the voluntary health questionnaire at any time between January 1, 2017 and October 27, 2017. Note: System records will retrieve completion history starting with the 2014 program year. So, if you took the health questionnaire prior to 2014, the system will record this activity as the first year and you’ll receive points for this activity.
  • 200 POINTS. If you took the questionnaire previously and your score improves, you’ll receive points. As you make healthy choices and participate in healthy activities each year, be sure to view your results and update your voluntary health questionnaire throughout the year, January 1, 2017 to October 27, 2017. If your score improves, you’ll receive points. To update your health questionnaire, login to the WebMD website, go to your results page, and click on the blue Update Score button. Note: After you take the health questionnaire in 2017, 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 score improves, then you’ll receive points for this activity.

Your numbers provide a snapshot of your overall health and can help identify the warning signs of many serious illnesses. You should have your numbers checked at least once per year. When you track certain numbers, and they are in range, you’ll automatically receive points. These can be recorded when taking the voluntary health questionnaire or by using a health tracker on the WebMD website. Data entered on the WebMD website is handled in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy requirements. Learn about resources to help you get your numbers.

  • To get started with these activities, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD website. Choose this activity under the Know Your Numbers section and follow the instructions on the screen for options to record your values.
  • 200 POINTS. If your blood pressure is in range, you’ll receive points. An in-range blood pressure is anything from 90 to 120 mmHg systolic and anything from 60 to 80 mmHg diastolic. Get your blood pressure measured and record the value. If the value is in a healthy range, you’ll automatically earn points. You must record your value on the WebMD website to receive points for this activity.
  • 200 POINTS. If your HDL cholesterol is in range, you’ll receive points. For women, an in-range HDL Cholesterol Level is 50 mg/dl or more. For men, an in-range HDL Cholesterol Level is 40 mg/dl or more. Get your cholesterol checked and record the values. If the HDL value is in a healthy range, you’ll automatically earn points. You must record your value on the WebMD website to receive points for this activity.
  • 200 POINTS. If you have a healthy Body Mass Index (BMI under 35), you’ll receive points. An in-range BMI (Body Mass Index) is 34.99 or less. Get your BMI calculated and record the value. If your BMI is calculated to be 34.9 or below, you will automatically receive points for this activity. You must record your value on the WebMD website to receive points for this activity. If your BMI is too high, you can still earn points when you work with a specialized health coach to work toward a healthy BMI value. See the Coach for Me section below for additional information.

You can earn up to 400 points for this activity. To participate in this activity, you’ll first need to take the voluntary health questionnaire, even if you’ve taken it before. Being tobacco-free is important, so you can also call WebMD at 1-888-321-1544 (925-842-8346 from outside the U.S.) and enroll in a tobacco cessation program directly if you choose. The first time you take the voluntary health questionnaire in 2017, you are asked questions regarding your tobacco use. Based on your answer, the activities and points listed below will apply.

Note that your original answer to this question the first time you take the health questionnaire in 2017 is used to determine your tobacco status for purposes of earning points toward health rewards. If you enroll directly into Tobacco Cessation Specialty Coaching by calling a health coach before completing the health questionnaire, you will still need to complete the health questionnaire for full points to be applied for this activity. If you have questions, please contact WebMD at 1-888-321-1544 (925-842-8346 from outside the U.S.).

  • 400 POINTS. If you are tobacco-free, you’ll receive points. If you are currently tobacco-free and reported this status the first time you completed the voluntary health questionnaire in 2017, you will receive points.
  • 100-400 POINTS. If you are a tobacco user, receive points when you qualify and work with a Tobacco Cessation Specialty Coach. If you are a tobacco user and reported this status the first time you completed the voluntary health questionnaire in 2017, you qualify to work with a Tobacco Cessation Specialty Coach between January 1, 2017 and October 27, 2017. If you qualify for Tobacco Cessation Specialty Coaching based on your answers in the health questionnaire (the first time you completed it in 2017), you will automatically receive an initial 100 points for this activity. An additional 100 points per call, for up to 3 calls or 300 points total, are available when you work with a Tobacco Cessation Specialty Coach. This specialty coaching is similar to standard health coaching, but with specialized assistance toward becoming tobacco-free. Sessions are conducted by phone. Please note this activity requires advanced planning and scheduling to complete. If you intend to complete more than one coaching session to earn full points, please start this activity months in advance of the final deadline.

You can work with a WebMD health coach to earn points toward health rewards. While you can speak to a coach as many times as you like; the maximum number of points you’re eligible to receive is listed below. Each time you complete a coaching call, your coach will apply your points to the Rewards page on the WebMD website within 24 hours.

Sessions are conducted by phone. This activity requires advanced planning and scheduling to complete. If you intend to complete more than one coaching session, please start this activity months in advance of the final deadline.

Coaching Activities That Earn Points

To participate in coaching and use the online coaching scheduler, you must complete (or update) the voluntary health questionnaire between January 1, 2017 and October 27, 2017. You can set an appointment with a coach through the online scheduler on the WebMD website. You can also contact a coach at 1-888-321-1544 (925-842-8346 outside U.S.) at any time without an appointment.

  • 125 POINTS PER CALL. Achieve any health goal by working with a health coach. Your coach will work with you to determine your health goal(s) and discuss how many coaching sessions they recommend. The maximum number of points you’re eligible to receive is 750 for this activity.
  • 50 POINTS PER CALL. Achieve a healthy BMI by working with a Weight Management Program Health Coach. Work with a specialized health coach to work toward a healthy BMI value. This is similar to the standard health coach, but with specialized assistance to work toward a healthy BMI value. This coaching is not available to all participants. If you report a BMI value of 35 or above when you take the voluntary health questionnaire, you will be eligible for this specialty coaching. Your coach will work with you to determine your health goal(s) and discuss how many coaching sessions they recommend. The maximum number of points you’re eligible to receive is 400 points for this activity.
  • 100 POINTS PER CALL. If you are a tobacco user, receive points when you work with a Tobacco Cessation Specialty Coach. Work with a Tobacco Cessation Specialty Coach to help you become tobacco free. This specialty coaching is similar to standard health coaching, but with specialized assistance toward becoming tobacco-free. If you report you are a tobacco user when you take the voluntary health questionnaire, you are eligible for this specialty coaching.  Or, you can also call and enroll in a tobacco cessation program directly if you choose. Your coach will work with you to determine your health goal(s) and discuss how many coaching sessions they recommend. The maximum number of points you’re eligible to receive is 300 points for this activity.
  • 250 POINTS. Participate in a Chevron Physical Activity Challenge. 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. Watch for communications about a challenge opportunity during the year, or monitor the Health Events page online. If you qualify for points, your points will appear on the WebMD website approximately two weeks after the challenge concludes.
  • 250 POINTS. Participate in the HealthTrails Activity Challenge. HealthTrails is back and even better. This year, when you participate, every 20 miles earned will be turned into a life-saving food packet and donated to children suffering from severe acute malnutrition.

    HealthTrails registration opens August 8, 2017. The challenge runs for six weeks starting August 22, and completing on October 2, 2017. For registration links and complete participation instructions, see the HealthTrails page. If you are an eligible employee, participation in HealthTrails will qualify for points toward health rewards.

    For registration links and complete participation instructions, see the HealthTrails page. To qualify for points you must:
    • Sign up from August 8 through September 1, 2017 at chevron.healthtrails.com.
    • Log your HealthTrails qualifying activities (miles) for 24 out of the 42 days of the challenge (August 22 – October 2). You can earn miles by performing these daily activities
      • Walking 7,000 steps
      • Sleeping at least 7 hours
      • Consuming at least 5 servings of produce
      • Answering the daily tip test correctly.
    • Complete the HealthTrails evaluation by October 13, 2017.
  • 100 POINTS. Participate in a weight loss program. For example, you could participate in a Weight Watchers meeting or one of the Chevron fitness center programs like Maintain Don’t Gain.
  • 100 POINTS. Participate in a health club or participate in a sports league.
  • 150 POINTS. Get a preventive exam. 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, 2017 and October 27, 2017 and earn points. 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.
    • 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.
    Chevron’s health plans cover a variety of preventive screenings and services. While you’re encouraged to get all recommended preventive care, you can only earn a maximum of 150 points for this wellness activity. Learn more about preventive care benefits. You must record your value on the WebMD website to receive points for this activity. To get started, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD website. Choose this activity under the Participate in Health Events. Stay Active. section and follow the instructions on the screen.

The My Health Assistant is like a digital health coach in your pocket. This interactive online tool allows you to create personalized weekly plans to help keep you motivated. You can customize your plan by liking or disliking activities from a broad range of choices. You can even set up text messaging alerts as reminders to achieve and track your health goals.

To get started, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD website. Choose this activity under Use My Health Assistant to Create and Work Toward a Healthy Goal. Choose a goal and click the Do It button to begin.

When you create a goal using the My Health Assistant tool you will automatically receive 50 POINTS per goal. The number of goals you set is up to you. However, the maximum number of points you can receive is 200 TOTAL POINTS for this activity. There are a variety of goals you can create. Choose one of these or create one of your own. Mobile messaging can even be set up to help keep you on track.

  • Create a Goal to Stress Less and Manage your stress levels. 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.
  • Create a Goal to Feel Happier and Engage in pleasant activities to maintain a positive mood. This 4-week goal uses a Mood Tracker for you to record a “Happy” or “Okay” mood on 21 of 28 days.
  • Create a Goal to Eat Better. This 4-week goal has you record “on track” nutrition for a minimum of 21 out of 28 days.
  • Create a Goal to Exercise. This 4-week goal encourages you to track your daily exercise activities. Record at least 20 minutes of exercise for 9 out of 28 days in order to meet this goal.
  • Create a Goal to be Tobacco-Free. This is a multi-phase goal that measures your success in eliminating tobacco usage. The first phase is to be tobacco free for one day, followed by 7-day, 28-day and 6-month tobacco-free phases. Use the Tobacco Tracker to record instances of tobacco usage each day.
  • Create a Goal to Lose Weight. This 6-month goal has you track your weight over time with a goal weight as a target.

Your numbers provide a snapshot of your overall health and can help identify the warning signs of many serious illnesses. Use a Health Tracker to chart your health measurements as you practice healthy behaviors. Data entered on this website is handled in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy requirements.

Each time you enter your numbers and other information into your tracker(s), you’ll receive 10 POINTS. You can view the trackers at any time and use as many of the trackers as you like, but you will receive a maximum of 10 POINTS PER DAY for a total of 1,000 POINTS across all the trackers you use. There are multiple trackers to choose from. Choose the tracker(s) that are right for you.

To get to the trackers:

  • Go to the Rewards page on the WebMD website. Choose this activity under the Use a Health Tracker section and follow the instructions on the screen.
  • Alternatively, when tracking your progress in the future, log in to the WebMD website and click the Healthy Living tab on the top navigation, then Health Trackers and select the tracker or trackers that work for you.
  • You can also sync a compatible fitness tracker to your account to automatically receive points for exercise or steps tracked.
  • 100 POINTS. Learn about your health decision support benefits with 2nd.MD. The Health Decision Support service with 2nd MD is available to help you with a second opinion when you’re faced with a health decision or want to collect more information about your diagnosis and treatment plan. To receive points:
  • 100 POINTS. Learn about health plan options with the health plan evaluator on Benefits Connection. Use the Compare/Evaluate Health Plans tool on the Benefits Connection website to evaluate your Chevron medical plan choices to help you make enrollment decisions. While you can use this tool at any time, the best time to use it is when you are making medical plan enrollment choices, such as during the open enrollment period in October, or if you experience a mid-year qualifying life event and are considering a change to your medical plan coverage. To receive points:
  • 100 POINTS. Know the cost of a procedure or treatment. Use the Castlight, Know Your Cost tool to research the cost of a medical procedure or treatment to help you make informed decisions regarding your care. This activity is currently available only to employees enrolled in the Medical PPO Plan, the Chevron High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) or the HDHP Basic. To receive points:
    • 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.
    • Then, go to the Rewards page on the WebMD website.
    • Choose this activity under the Learn About Health section.
    • Click the I Did This button.
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