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SUSD employees qualify for $25 UMR pay period premium discount
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Ways to fit exercise into our everyday routines
Regular exercise has many benefits. It can improve our overall health and fitness, reduce our risk for chronic conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease, and boost our mental and emotional well-...

Sunnyside Health and Wellness


Phone: (520) 545-2006
2238 East Ginter Road, Tucson, AZ, 85706

NOVEMBER 20, 2018 / MODIFIED NOV 20, 2018 11:33 AM

The Sunnyside wellbeing program was designed to help Sunnyside care for all our employees. This program offers resources, tips and other content to enrich your personal health, mental/emotional well-being, and even your financial health.

Want to get started? Log into your UMR wellbeing portal and learn how you can save up $525 in health insurance premiums by becoming a healthier, you!

 

Beginning June 2018 through March 2019, Sunnyside employees will have an opportunity to earn UMR points by participating in activities to earn a premium differential of $25 per pay period for the 2019-20 plan year. That's basically $25 off your health insurance premium every pay period during (a potential savings of $525 per year!). Below are two activities that can easily satisfy your 50 points to earn this premium reduction! 1. Complete a Biometric Screening through your physician (30 points): Have your physician complete a Physician Lab Form. Visit your UMR portal to download your personalized Physician Lab Form at UMR.com and take it with you to your annual preventive exam. 2. Complete an Online Health Risk Assessment (HRA) through UMR.com (20 points): The results of your biometric screening will be used to complete a portion of your HRA Ready to get started? Follow the instructions below...   Go to www.umr.com and Click on "Login/Register".   Enter your Username and Password or Click "Register" to Create a new Account.   If you have never logged in to UMR you will need to create a new account. You will be asked to select what type of account to create. Select "Member".   Please enter your First Name, Last Name, Date of Birth, Member ID, and Group Number. (Member ID and Group Number can be found on the UMR Card provided to you).   Enter your email address and phone number. Your email address can either be your SUSD email or personal email. Phone Number can be either a cell phone or home phone.   Create a Username and Password for your account.   To facilitate password recovery, you are asked to select two security questions and assign them an answer. (You will be asked to answer these questions in order to reset a forgotten account password).   You are now logged in to UMR! :)   Here you can access a variety of health resources designed to help you track and maintain a healthy lifestyle.  
Summer is in full swing – but that doesn't mean you need to wait until the start of the school year to start earning points towards your premium discount for the 2020-2021 plan year! Looking for some fun ways to ear points and focus on your personal wellbeing this season? Here are two activity options that you can get started on this month! Complete an online Action Plan on umr.com (worth 20 points; can complete two for up to 40 points) Your online services on umr.com include personalized action plans to support you in  making behavior changes and lifestyle choices to get and stay healthy. The interactive sessions offer plans for a variety of healthy goals, so you choose the one that fits your health needs and interests. Action Plans include topics like: Healthy eating Weight Management Stress Management Diabetes Management Depression Financial Wellness Back Care ...And More!! To get started, simply log in to your account on umr.com. Select Health Center from the myMenu tile and choose Wellness activity Center to access Action Plans. Attend and Employee Assistance Program Webinar through Deer Oaks Services (worth 15 points) Starting June 18th, log in to the Deer Oaks portal to watch an on-demand, online webinar called, "Mindfulness." This seminar explores basic mindfulness principles and techniques that you can put to immediate use.  Once you have completed the seminar, log in to www.umr.com to log your activity and earn your wellbeing points. For help login in to UMR please Click here or read the UMR provided How-To.
Looking for a way to earn points towards your 2020-2021 premium incentive this summer? There are lots of ways to earn points all year long! Here are three simple ways you can participate this month. Get setup for urgent, convenient medical care by registering for Teladoc (worth 5 points) UMR members have 24/7 access to a doctor through the convenience of the phone, video or Teladoc mobile app. Register for Teladoc today to receive points towards your wellbeing reward and to be prepared for when the unexpected hits, such as colds, flu, allergies, respiratory infections, sinus problems and more. Attend and Employee Assistance Program Webinar through Deer Oaks Services (worth 15 points) Beginning July 16th, log in to the Deer Oaks portal to watch an on-demand, online webinar called, "Making a Life While Making a Living: Work-Life Balance." This webinar identifies strategies to be more effective and more satisfied with both home and work lives. Once you have completed the seminar, log in to UMR.com to log your activity and earn your wellbeing points. Schedule an annual preventive exam with your provider (worth 30 points) To earn points for this activity, you will need to have your physician complete a Physician Lab Form, which can download from your UMR.com portal. Take your personalized form with you to your annual preventative exam and have your provider complete the Vital and Labs section of the form. You or your provider may fax completed form to 515-608-4589 or you can upload the form to the UMR portal.   For help login in to UMR please Click here or read the UMR provided How-To.
Regular exercise has many benefits. It can improve our overall health and fitness, reduce our risk for chronic conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease, and boost our mental and emotional well-being. Adults are encouraged to get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise – or 75 minutes of more vigorous physical activity – each week. For children and teens, experts recommend 60 minutes of exercise daily, with most of it moderate-intensity aerobic activity. The challenge for many of us is how to make physical activity part of our regular routine, without it feeling like a chore. The following tips can help us stay on track: Make small, simple changes. Every bit of extra activity helps. Try taking the stairs instead of the elevator, walk over to a co-worker’s desk instead of sending an email, or park further away from where you are going and walk the rest of the way. Find a buddy or group. Having someone to exercise with can provide motivation and make activities more enjoyable. Consider joining a group exercise class, walking club or rec sports team. Keep track of your progress. Being able to see how far you’ve come can help you stay motivated and allows you to celebrate your successes. Personal fitness devices make it easier than ever to track your daily activity. Change things up. Keep things fresh by trying different activities, or listen to music to keep from getting bored. Plan for bad weather. Join a gym you can use when you need to exercise indoors, or find a shopping mall where you can walk year-round. Sunnyside encourages you to be more active, both at work and at home. Here are links to resources selected by our Worksite Wellness consultants to help you spread the word about the impact exercise can have on our overall health. We've chosen strength training workouts from the American Council on Exercise, along with a mind-body approach to managing chronic pain and an article on the benefits of resistance training for older adults. Plus, we’ve picked heart-healthy recipes for cinnamon sweet tortilla chips with fruit salsa and peanut butter banana protein bars.   Healthy You for August Designed to keep readers in touch with Healthy You, this issue provides links to feature articles on mastering mindfulness and keeping your reusable water bottle clean and germ-free. Plus, there’s a link to a bonus article on avoiding Lyme disease this summer. Simply click here to find out more. Physical activity at work This month’s suggested health promotional campaign in our 2019 Health and Wellness Communication Guide is designed to raise awareness of the negative health effects associated with too much sitting and encourage members to be more active at work.