healthy you program
U.S.-payroll employees

say hello to healthy you

Healthy Heart is now called Chevron Healthy You. You’ll still have access to a recommended action plan, helpful tips, and other related health tools and resources to help achieve your personal health and wellness goals. New features for 2021: 
  • Personalization based upon your input
  • Daily habit plans
  • Expanded content

help someone in need

Your decision to complete the voluntary HQ can help protect the health of someone in need. For each of the first 2,500 HQs completed by the deadline of April 30, 2021, Chevron will donate a health screening to a community-based organization that offers them.

When you understand your health risks, you can take actions that can ultimately help you maintain or improve your overall wellness. That's why Chevron has partnered with WebMD® to offer the Chevron Healthy You program. By participating in this program, you can learn about how your personal choices for diet, exercise, tobacco and work/life balance may affect your heart and health. Then you can choose goals, work with a health coach, and use a variety of online tools and resources that are personalized to you. Create your personal Healthy You account and take care of your health. 

get started today

step 1: get your numbers (optional)

When you take the health questionnaire (HQ), you’ll be asked to provide your personal health numbers including certain lab test results, such as your blood pressure and cholesterol. Getting your recommended preventive care is one way to know your numbers and can help you protect your health today and in the future. There are also other resources available to know your numbers. You don’t need your numbers to take the HQ or to participate in the Healthy You program, but you’ll receive more comprehensive results if you do.  

step 2: take the HQ

Take the voluntary health questionnaire (HQ) and in as little as 15 minutes receive a personalized wellness score with a plan of action to improve your health. If you don’t already have a WebMD Healthy You account, follow our instructions to create one. You can take the HQ as often as you'd like to reassess your health risks. 

step 3: use program resources

The results of your voluntary HQ will include a suggested personal action plan to help you reduce or manage risk factors. From your Healthy You account, you can create Daily Habit plans, work with a health coach, and use a variety of other online tools and personalized resources to start making some of the suggested lifestyle changes or maintain your good health. Consider downloading the WebMD Wellness At Your Side mobile app to make meeting your health goals even easier. 

step 4: earn points toward health rewards (optional)

Getting and recording your health numbers, taking the HQ, and participating in the Healthy You program are among the many qualifying wellness activities you can complete to earn points toward health rewards. If you're eligible to participate, don't forget to manage your points, record your wellness activity completion and look for more activities from your Healthy You account, under Rewards

eligibility to participate

U.S.-payroll employees who are eligible for Chevron's health plans are eligible to participate in Healthy You. 

  • You don't actually have to be enrolled in a Chevron health plan to participate; you just have to be eligible to participate in the plans, if desired. 
  • Eligible Chevron health plans include the Medical PPO Plan, Chevron High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP), Chevron High Deductible Health Plan Basic (HDHP Basic), Medical HMOs such as Kaiser or HMO Blue Texas, and the Global Choice Plan (U.S.-Payroll Expatriates). 

In addition, U.S.-payroll expatriates will participate in the U.S. program described on this site, not the Healthy You program that may be available in your host country.

These are general guidelines for participation. You can read complete eligibility information in the Wellness Programs summary plan description

If you are a resident expatriate assigned to work in the United States, you are not eligible to participate in the Healthy You program for U.S.-payroll employees as described on this page. However, you are eligible to participate in:

  • The WebMD Healthy You program designed for expatriates in the U.S. 
  • You may also be eligible to participate in the Virgin Pulse Healthy You program, if available in your home location. 

Your spouse or domestic partner can participate in Healthy You if eligible to be covered by you under Chevron's health plans. 

Your spouse or domestic partner doesn't actually have to be enrolled in a Chevron health plan to participate. Your spouse or domestic partner just needs to be eligible to participate in the plans, if desired.

Eligible spouses and domestic partners can use all program resources, including telephone coaching.

These are general guidelines for participation. You can read complete eligibility information in the Wellness Programs summary plan description.

Follow our instructions to create a WebMD Healthy You account for eligible dependent(s).

Your dependents age 18 years and older can participate in Healthy You if eligible to be covered by you under Chevron's health plans. Your dependent doesn't actually have to be enrolled in a Chevron health plan to participate. They just need to be eligible to participate in the plans, if desired.

Dependents under age 18 cannot participate at this time. 

Eligible child dependents age 18 years and older cannot use telephone coaching, but all other program tools and resources are available.

These are general guidelines for participation. You can read complete eligibility information in the Wellness Programs summary plan description.

Follow our instructions to create a WebMD Healthy You account for eligible dependent(s).

The following are not eligible to participate in the Healthy You program for U.S. payroll employees:
  • Dependents under age 18
  • Expatriates on assignment in the U.S.
  • Retirees
  • Contractors
  • Professional interns
  • Employees on unapproved part-time schedules
  • Casual hires
  • Global offshore payroll employees
  • Any other individual not eligible for Chevron's U.S. health plans (the Omnibus Health Care Plan) 

If you are a resident expatriate assigned to work in the United States, you are not eligible to participate in the Healthy You program for U.S.-payroll employees as described on this page. However, you are eligible to participate in:

  • The WebMD Healthy You program designed for expatriates in the U.S. 
  • You may also be eligible to participate in the Virgin Pulse Healthy You program, if available in your home location. 

These are general guidelines for participation. You can read complete eligibility information in the Wellness Programs summary plan description.

what's included in healthy you

As part of the Chevron Healthy You program, you'll have access to personalized WebMD health education materials, tools and resources designed to support you in maintaining your good health and if needed, in making healthy lifestyle changes. On the surface, these tools may look similar to WebMD.com standard tools, but Healthy You includes additional elements that are unique to Chevron participants. Keep in mind that Healthy You resources or activities are not medical advice or a substitute for seeking treatment and guidance from your personal health care provider.  

In addition, when you use Healthy You program resources, you may also earn points toward health rewards. If you're eligible to participate, points earned toward health rewards are tracked in your Healthy You account. You can learn more about health rewards here.

Expand each section below to learn about Healthy You program features.

The online voluntary health questionnaire (HQ) will ask you a series of basic questions to help you identify your health risk factors. Using your answers to the questions, you’ll receive:

  • A wellness score.
  • A personal report highlighting your risk factors.
  • An action plan to help you maintain your health or to make healthy changes. 

The HQ will also request you to provide certain health numbers, such as blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, height and weight. It's your choice to provide these numbers. You don't need to provide them to take the health questionnaire, but you'll receive a more comprehensive result if you do. 

The HQ is completely voluntary, but taking - and retaking it each year - may be a helpful way to monitor your personal health. Only you, WebMD, Chevron health care plans, and certain third-party health care plan vendors will have access to your individual results.

After you complete the health questionnaire (HQ), you'll receive a suggested personal action plan with goals, ideas and resources to help you maintain your health or to make healthy changes. These recommendations will be tailored to your personal situation based on the results of your HQ.

Access your Healthy You account to take the HQ and receive your personal action plan.

After you take the HQ, you’ll have the option to be paired with a professional WebMD health coach
 
Health coaches can work with you on any number of health areas that affect your total well-being — from stress management and exercise to tobacco cessation and nutrition. The topics you discuss with a coach are personalized to you and are based on your current health status and your health goals. Discussing the results of your HQ is often a good conversation starter. You can connect with a WebMD health coach by phone or through secure messaging available online through the WebMD Healthy You website or the Wellness At Your Side mobile app.  
 
Visit Health Coaching to learn more about this service and how to get started.
 
Reminder: Eligible spouses and domestic partners can use health coaching. Eligible dependents cannot use health coaching, regardless of age.

If you're eligible to participate in health rewards, you'll manage your wellness activity completion and points from your Healthy You account, under Rewards

You can earn points toward health rewards by completing a combination of physical, emotional, social, financial and general health awareness activities. A variety of qualifying activities are available from a wide range of Chevron wellness resources, including when you participate in the Healthy You program.  

You can learn more about health rewards here, including eligibility rules, current deadlines and a complete list of qualifying activities.

The Daily Habits feature provides an interactive, online approach to work on daily and one-time activities to help you form healthy habits. It’s like a digital health coach in your pocket. Daily Habits plans to choose from include those that focus on weight, tobacco cessation, diabetes, nutrition, exercise, stress management, emotional health and more.  
  • Start by selecting to work on up to three daily habit plans at a time. 
  • Check in daily to answer questions designed to encourage healthy habits and to stay on track.
  • Lifestyle plans encourage daily habits over the next 28 days. 
  • Condition management plans encourage daily habits over the next 90 days. 
Access your Healthy You account to get started using Daily Habits.

Use your Health Record to store, maintain, track and manage your health information in one centralized, private and secure location. You can document details such as your personal numbers, conditions, medications, information about your medical visits and more. You can upload medical and general documents and keep up with your medical contacts. You can even print this information out to take with you to a doctor’s visit. 

Use Health Trackers to enter in specific information to see your progress over time.

Access your Healthy You account to get started using Health Record and Health Trackers.

Use your mobile device to access the Healthy You program on-the-go with the WebMD Wellness At Your Side mobile app. You can participate in all Healthy You program activities, like health coaching, browse health education resources and access tools that support good health.
 

WebMD has provided a variety of health education information at your fingertips, like videos, podcasts and health topics. When you create your WebMD Healthy You account, you’ll be asked to select your interests. This information will customize how the home page appears to you by prioritizing more personally relevant information. Your interests can be changed at any time from the edit button found at the top of the home page.

Access your Healthy You account to get started.

When you sign up for your account, you’ll be asked to select newsletter topic areas that are of interest to you. WebMD will provide targeted health information, links to WebMD health tools and up-to-the minute medical information straight to your inbox. You can change these settings at any time.

Access your Healthy You account to get started.

Only you, WebMD, Chevron health care plans, and certain third-party health care plan vendors will have access to your individual health questionnaire results. Individually identifiable data will only be disclosed in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, as amended ("HIPAA"). Chevron has authorized WebMD to contact employees to invite them to use the website's tools and resources. You can opt out of WebMD communications if you choose. 
 
Except as explained above, the information that you provide WebMD is available only to you and those you authorize. For instance, if necessary for your own health management, you may wish to share your personal information with others such as your doctor, emergency rooms or other healthcare providers. Please read WebMD's privacy policy for a full explanation as to how your health information will be handled and disclosed by WebMD. Here's a summary of some important points: 
  • Unless permitted by HIPAA, specifically authorized by you, or legally required, WebMD will not release any data in which individuals can be personally identified. As indicated above, Chevron health care plans and certain third-party health care plan vendors may have access to your individual health questionnaire results.
  • WebMD does analyze data and produce reports for client organizations, but only using data collected from large populations of users. Such aggregate data cannot be used to identify any individuals. Clients use aggregate data to better understand the needs of their organization and design appropriate health improvement programs to meet those needs.
  • WebMD helped create the Hi-Ethics Principles as a founding member of the Hi-Ethics alliance. They are committed to helping consumers improve their health and the health of their families. 
  • WebMD has received e-Health accreditation and privacy seal awards from URAC (formerly the American Accreditation HealthCare Commission), TRUSTe and HON for high quality standards and privacy practices.

healthy you contacts

If you have questions, need help, or want to connect with a health coach, contact WebMD customer service.

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