Human Resource Services will host two sessions for participants to receive assistance activating or logging into various benefits accounts. Systems include Benefits Self-Service, ASI Flex (Flex Spending Account), Doctor On Demand (our virtual doctor office visit service), MyWellmark, Delta Dental, Blue 365 Discounts, Avesis, Principal Discounts and Services, and Genworth Longterm Care. Sessions are from 9 to 11 a.m., Monday, Jan. 22, in 7 RDC, and from 2 to 4 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 23, in 138 ITT.
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Temporarily, Walk-In Wellness Lab Screenings need to be completed at Sartori Memorial Hospital or Covenant Medical Center. Arrowhead Medical Center is currently not accepting Walk-In Wellness Lab Screenings at this time. A Walk-In Wellness Lab Screening is an opportunity to assess your health through blood profile screenings. Learn more information about the convenient Walk-In Wellness Lab Screening services.
Start the new year off right and kick that tobacco habit now and for good! Tobacco use costs a lot. It takes thousands of dollars annually, steals years from your life, and gives nothing back in return. UNI employee well-being wants to assist you in getting those years back and helping to put money back in your pocket. We will provide tools and resources to support you in quitting, at no cost to you. Stacie Dudden, R.N., and Carol Hellman, B.S.N., will provide an informational session focusing on the resources that can help you quit for good.
Holidays can be stressful. Employee & Family Resources can help.
The American Heart Association recently released new guidelines changing the definition of hypertension (high blood pressure) from 140/90 to 130/80. With this new classification, nearly half of the U.S. population and likely over half of the UNI employee population are experiencing high blood pressure. Having high blood pressure puts an individual at an increased risk for stroke, and heart disease. Two leading causes of early death in the world.
It is that time of year again! Join thousands of Iowans and the UNI community in making positive, healthy changes to your lifestyle by participating in the Live Healthy Iowa (LHI) 10-week Wellness Challenge. For more information on how you and your team can get started, visit our webpage. The challenge starts on January 22nd, and continues through March 30th, but registration has already begun! Visit Live Healthy Iowa to get your team registered.
Do you know how you’ll pay yourself in retirement? There are lots of considerations – including tax implications –that can affect your income. TIAA’s workshop leader will help you: understand the basic rules governing most common retirement accounts, gain perspective on when to withdraw different assets, and help you discover the income choices TIAA offers. Sessions will be held in the State College Room, MAU on Monday, December 11th at 3:00pm and 7:00pm and Tuesday, December 12th at 12:00pm.
SHIIP (Senior Health Insurance Information Program) will be on campus to provide informational sessions on Medicare and to answer your questions. Sessions will be held in the State College Room, MAU on Monday, December 4th at 3:00pm and 7:00pm and Tuesday December 5th at 12:00pm. Please register in advance for this presentation.
16 employee flu shots remain for the 2017-2018 school year. The final walk-in clinic for flu shots will be held at the Student Health Center on Thursday, November 30th. First come first serve. Make sure to get your flu shot before they are out!
Are you concerned about having enough in retirement to cover healthcare costs? If so, please attend our next monthly presentation, Healthy Numbers: Integrating Healthcare into Your Retirement Plans. A healthy retirement starts with your good health. Budgeting now for healthcare costs during retirement can help. TIAA’s workshop leader will discuss the importance of healthcare planning within your retirement strategy. Presentations will be held on November 27th at 7 p.m. and November 28th at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m., in the State College Room at Maucker.