Wellness Works is a campus wellness program for faculty and staff members. The program aims to help IUP employees and their families improve their quality of life by providing information on health and wellness and by sponsoring health and wellness activities
Employees enrolled in PEBTF medical, prescription drug and/or supplemental benefits must complete a wellness screening by December 31, 2019, to fulfill the the Get Healthy Program requirements for the July 1, 2020−June 30, 2021, enrollment period.
Your wellness screening includes:
Registration opens July 1, 2019, for screening appointments between August 1 and December 31, 2019.
1. Register online
2. Register by phone
1. Onsite screening on-campus (fingerstick blood draw)
2. Quest Diagnostics Patient Service Center (venipuncture blood draw)
3. Your doctor’s office (venipuncture blood draw); requires upload/fax completed form to Quest Diagnostics by December 31, 2019.
Contact the PEBTF at 717-561-4750 or 1-800-522-7279 or visit the PEBTF website.
in Partnership with IRMC
Over 40 participating vendors, including:
Flu shots will be administered by Gatti pharmacy on the IUP campus on September 25, 2019, 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. in the Zink Gym. Another
flu shot clinic will be scheduled at a later date on campus —more details to
A higher flu shot dose is available for those over age 65.
Faculty, managers, coaches, OPEIU, and SPFPA employees and their covered dependents ages nine and older enrolled in Highmark PPO can receive a free flu vaccine from either pharmacy by presenting their health insurance ID card. For UPMC HMO members, free
flu shots are available at the clinic from Rite Aid by submitting your health insurance ID card. If you choose Gatti, you will be required to pay at the time the shot is given and then submit a reimbursement form to UPMC.
AFSCME, SCUPA, and SEIU employees and their covered dependents ages nine and older enrolled in a PEBTF health plan, both PPOs and all HMOs, can receive a free flu vaccine by presenting their CVS/Caremark prescription drug card or their health insurance
Please bring both cards.
Those not covered by a Pennsylvania State System or PEBTF health plan can also receive a flu shot at the clinic by either pharmacy. Shots are subject to a vaccination fee (paying by check is preferred at the time the vaccine is administered). Receipts
are available upon request from the pharmacy.
minimize your wait time, you are encouraged to attend the clinic according to
the following schedule:
If you are planning on attending the clinic here on campus, the pharmacy requires the screening questionnaire/consent form. Please print the correct form for Gatti pharmacy and take it with you on the day of the clinic.
All Highmark members age nine and older can obtain a free flu shot at any Rite Aid, Giant Eagle, Gatti, or CVS pharmacy in Pennsylvania. No appointment is necessary—the member must present their Highmark health insurance ID card.
Highmark members of all ages can obtain a free flu shot from their physician; however, an office visit copayment may apply.
HMO members can also obtain a flu shot at their primary care provider’s office (office visit co-payment may apply). Flu shots may also be obtained at any pharmacy or clinic that accepts HMO insurance; or, if the pharmacy/clinic is nonparticipating, a
claim form for reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses may be submitted, a claim form is attached, and receipts are available upon request from the pharmacy.
More Information on the 2019–20 influenza vaccine is available on the Center for Disease Control website.
in partnership with IRMC.
in partnership with IRMC. Scheduled for September 2019.
More information coming soon.
Employees only. Spouses/domestic partners are not required to complete a wellness screening this year.
Employees enrolled in PEBTF medical, prescription drug, and/or supplemental benefits must complete a wellness screening to be considered participating in the Get Healthy Program for July 1, 2019–June 30, 2020.
There are three ways to obtain your wellness screening:
Complete a Wellness Screening before December 31, 2019.
If you have any questions about the Get Healthy Program, contact the PEBTF’s Get Healthy unit at 717-561-4750 or 800-522-7279, Active Member prompt 4, Get Healthy prompt 1.
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Reminder for faculty, managers, nurses, coaches, and police: Completion of a financial wellness activity (e.g., will preparation, financial plan, budget plan) can count towards points for your Healthy U.
According to the American Heart Association, thousands of Americans die each day of cardiovascular disease. We can make a difference by the lifestyle choices we make.
Two sessions have been set up for IUP employees to find out more information on how to make lifestyle changes (no registration required for either date):
Employees can bring any health-related questions to the session. Examples may include: questions related to their medications, illnesses/diseases (for example diabetes, hypertension, etc.), and treatments. Employees will also have the opportunity to meet
individually with the graduate students (RNs).
Graduate students will complete assessments/screenings, including: risk for heart disease assessment, depression, stress, and blood pressure screenings. We will also incorporate social media opportunities to provide additional teaching related to heart
Healthy U is the workplace wellness program designed to provide employees with voluntary tools and resources to assist in improving and maintaining good health. Completion of the program entitles employees to lower health plan contribution rates.
Faculty, managers, SPFPA, OPEIU, and coaches and their covered spouse/same-sex domestic partner who are enrolled in the Highmark PPO plan can also earn Healthy U Points through participation in certain campus and community wellness programs. Follow this
link for information on the Healthy U program and to learn more about Sharecare.
Faculty and staff members are encouraged to contact the Office of Human Resources, 724-357-2431, with information on any wellness opportunities on campus or in the community.