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To encourage you to take an active role in your health and well-being, Emory provides financial incentives for your participation in healthy activities. That’s right -- you can actually save money on your medical expenses by doing things that help you live a healthier lifestyle!

Many incentives are earned through Healthy Emory Connect, Emory’s web platform and mobile app. If you have not already joined, this is your first step to earning your incentives. Plus, you receive a $25 incentive just for signing up! Next, you can take your health risk assessment (HRA) to earn another $25. Then, throughout the year, you can earn points on Healthy Emory Connect by participating in various activities such as walking, tracking your healthy habits and participating in challenges.

In addition to the incentives offered through Healthy Emory Connect, you can also earn incentives for participating in the following activities: 2019 Know Your Numbers onsite screenings, getting a colonoscopy or Cologuard test, and the Diabetes Prevention Program, if eligible.

Incentives earned are applied to your medical plan:

Activities must be completed January 1, 2019 through November 15, 2019 in order to receive the incentives. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing.

The following incentives are offered for 2019:

Healthy Emory Connect Registration: Get started earning your incentives by first registering on the Healthy Emory Connect platform. Earn $25 (incentive only for new registrants).

Health Risk Assessment (HRA): Complete a simple health questionnaire on Healthy Emory Connect and get instant feedback on your current health status. Earn $25.

Healthy Emory Connect points: Earn points by tracking your healthy habits, competing in challenges and participating in other activities offered. Earn up to $350.

Know Your Numbers biometric screenings: Get a free health screening that measures your key numbers such as blood pressure, cholesterol, height/weight and more. Your spouse can also earn this incentive. Earn $75.

Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP): Specifically, for those who are at high risk of developing diabetes, DPP is a one-year, small group program that teaches you how to eat healthy, increase your physical activity and manage your stress to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. Earn up to $200.

Colonoscopy/Cologuard test: If you are age 50 or older and haven’t yet been screened for colon cancer, talk with your doctor about getting a screening. Your spouse can also earn this incentive. Earn $100.




Your health information is confidential. Emory will use the aggregate (group data) to understand the overall health trends of our employees in order to provide enhanced services to better meet employees' needs.