Start Living Healthy with a Well-Being Assessment (WBA)
Identifying and learning about your personal health status and risks can help you make a plan to improve your lifestyle. A Well-being Assessment (WBA) can help you learn more about your overall health so you can get started Living Healthy.
Complete the Well-Being Assessment (WBA).
The WBA (sometimes known as a health asssessment) combines your biometric and lab values (like height, weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, etc.) with your answers to lifestyle questions. The purpose of the WBA is to help you evaluate your overall health and well-being.
Instructions to complete the WBA:
- Get biometric and lab values from an onsite work screening (if offered), from a recent clinic visit or your MyChart account. Have your biometric and lab values handy before you log in to the Well-Being Assessment to complete the next step. Values you will need include:
- Biometrics: blood pressure, height, weight, waist circumference
- Labs: cholesterol values (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides) and blood sugar level
- Complete the Well-Being Assessment after gathering your biometric values. In this step, you’ll answer questions about your lifestyle. You’ll then add biometric and lab values into the assessment for a complete picture of your health. To get started, log in to the Well-Being Assessment & Rewards Center. You will need to create an account if you do not have one.
Click here for instructions on how to create an account.
- Once logged in, select the “Well-Being Assessment” button to answer all questions until finished. See your results by selecting “View Full Report” and create a Well-Being Plan to work on health improvements (first time users only).
Make a Well-Being Plan.
The WBA results automatically create your personalized Well-Being Plan (first time users only). Your customized plan features focus areas that are designed to help you find ways to improve your health.
Track Your Activity.
Within the Focus Areas, set goals and track your progress. Certain trackers, like weight management or servings, accumulate your rewards points, while others can be customized to meet personal goals you have for yourself.
Learn more about Rewards. Redeem your 2015 healthy activity reward points by December 31, 2015.