ON-CAMPUS HEALTH SCREENINGS
What is it?
All health screenings are provided by professional staff from Wellness Corporate Solutions and Kaiser Permanente. Each appointment lasts approximately 15 minutes and includes a consultation to explain your results. Comprehensive screenings include cholesterol (total & HDL); glucose (blood sugar); blood pressure, body mass index (ratio of height to weight), and body composition (percentage of body fat) and are offered at a variety of locations throughout campus, several times a year.
Cholesterol and glucose are measured with a single finger prick (non-fasting). All other screenings are non-invasive. Specialty screenings, such as bone density or vision screenings, may be offered at other times throughout the year.
Appointments are highly recommended. For the November 7 screenings, appointments may be booked on-line by clicking the "Schedule Health Screening" link above or by calling 877-469-5411.
Appointments for the Kaiser Permanente Mobile Health Van on November 14 and 15 should be made by emailing AhealthyU at email@example.com.
All health information is completely confidential.
Your personal information is protected
All personal information is collected by a third party vendor (Wellness Corporate Solutions or Kaiser Permanente). WCS and KP maintain strict confidentiality of all participants information in accordance with laws regarding the privacy of personal health information, including HIPAA. AU does not have access to any personal health information.
Health screenings are offered on campus for your convenience. Alternatively, you can schedule an appointment with your primary care physician for an annual physical.
Kaiser Permanente members who have already seen their physician for an annual physical may have access to their information online through My Health Manager at kp.org.
Keep track of your numbers from year to year
Take the online Personal Wellness Profile after your screening. Update the values in your PWP every time you're screened or visit your doctor.
Or, take the PWP before your screening and bring your wellness scorecard and personal report with you to your appointment so you may discuss the results with a health educator.
ONLINE PERSONAL WELLNESS PROFILE - Available October 21, 2013
The Personal Wellness Profile is only available to Full-Time AU Faculty and Staff members at this time.
What is it?
The online Personal Wellness Profile is a questionnaire used to assess overall health and well-being. The assessment takes about 20 minutes to complete and asks questions on topics such as physical activity, nutrition, vehicle safety, stress, sleep, alcohol use, and men's/women's health. Upon completion, you'll receive a wellness scorecard and personal report that includes information and action steps for optimizing your health. The purpose of this tool is to better understand your health status and identify areas for improvement to stay well.
What you'll need
For the most accurate report, we recommend that you have your screening values (cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, and body mass index) handy from a Know Your Numbers Assessment and Screening Event or from your last annual physical. If you don't have this information, you can either complete the assessment without them, or even enter the screening values at a later date. You'll always have access to the tool and your personal report.
Instructions for logging in
First-time users only: CLICK HERE to go to the PWP homepage. Your User Name is your AU email address. Your password for your initial log-in will be the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number. After your first log-in you will be required to change your password.
Your previous User Name and password have been updated automatically by WellSource. Your new User Name is your AU email address. Your password for your initial log-in with this new User Name will be the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number. After your first log-in with your new User Name, you will be required to change your password.
All information from your previous User Name has been merged with your new User Name. If any information is missing, please contact us
When returning to the WellSuite portal after your initial log-ing, if you forget your password, click "Reset it" at the bottom of the page for assistance. If you have trouble using the "Reset it" function, please contact Matthew Barresi at x3742 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Fall we're raffling off more big prizes to reward you for doing your part to make AU a healthy university. You'll be entered in the raffle by simply completing an on-campus biometric screening at the Know Your Numbers screening event.
Three winners will be chosen from all full-time AU faculty and staff members who complete a biometric screening.
The winners will win a brand new Apple iPad®.
All drawings will take place in December 2013.
All prizes are subject to tax.
GET PAID TO KNOW YOUR NUMBERS
All full-time AU faculty and staff members who complete the PWP will be eligible to receive a $50* reward from Ahealthy
After completing the PWP, faculty and staff members will have their choice of receiving $50 in EagleBucks or $50 towards a membership to Jacobs Fitness Center. Faculty and staff members will be able to indicate their preference at the end of the PWP.
Faculty and staff members are eligible to receive the $50 reward ONCE per academic year.
*$50 reward is subject to tax.
At this time, rewards are reserved for full-time AU faculty and staff only.
PROTECTING YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH INFORMATION
All information is collected by a third party vendor (Wellness Corporate Solutions and Kaiser Permanente, screenings and Wellsource, Personal Wellness Profile). Both parties maintain strict confidentiality of all participant information in accordance with laws regarding the privacy of personal health information, including HIPAA. All personal information entered during the on-line Personal Wellness Profile is encrypted and stored using secured socket layer technology. Your personal data is stripped of all identifying information and combined with others in a large statistical database for aggregate reporting. The aggregate report that AU receives allows us to better understand overall population health for the purpose of developing and implementing preventive health programs and services.