Engage in your health, anytime, anywhere!
Your secure Healthspace portal is a single point of access for employer-sponsored health & wellness services. Depending on your plan, you may have other tools available like a health risk assessment quiz, access to a wellness program, incentive rewards, and more.
- Receive customer service help from a Navigator
- Receive e-mail and SMS text alerts and reminders
- Get personalized recommendations and actions for setting health goals
- Access digital health content
- View upcoming events and classes
- Participate in healthy activities with your colleagues
- Earn incentive rewards
*Features vary by health plan and/or employer’s preferences. All plans may not offer all features.
Corporate Wellness Information
Please ask an associate to connect you with a Corporate Sales Representative to learn more about New Healthy Me.
219-934-2861 | email@example.com
Health and Wellness Headlines
WELLNESS WORKS NEWSLETTER:
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NOVEMBER: Ward off holiday stress and depression; Tips for safe turkey handling. Read More
DECEMBER: Prepare for extreme winter weather; Stay warm and dry when it’s cold outside. Read More
JANUARY: Start the new year off right with healthy habits; Make a resolution to quit smoking. Read More
FEBRUARY: Heat it or ice it? A guide to treating injuries with hot vs. cold Read More
MARCH: Always read the label: Food can change the way your medication works. Read More
APRIL: Sitting down together: The benefits of family dinners. Read More
May: The importance of healthy bones. Read More
JUNE: Stay cool with these hot summer tips. Read More
JULY: Keeping yourself tick-free this summer; Signs and symptoms of Lyme disease. Read More
AUGUST: Defining gluten-related conditions, and gluten free diet tips. Read More
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