Our confidential wellness program is strategically designed to help our participants get and stay healthy, which saves money to individuals and the self-funded pool. Stay tuned for details for the 2020 Wellness Program coming this spring.
2020/21 Wellness Activities
Complete the following confidential activities, and earn an incentive for taking an active role in managing or improving your health. Click the "i" in each box to learn more about the activities.
Please be aware, with the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the MMIA may need to make changes to the wellness program. Please check back here often. For more information on COVID-19, please check out our page at www.mmiaeb.net/covid-19.
$50: 80% Employee Participation
Check back in October for 2020’s participation results.
Wellness Program Details
Other Wellness Resources
Montana Health Centers
Located in Helena, Missoula, Anaconda, Butte, and Billings, these clinics offer primary care, lab work, flu shots, same-day services and much more. Services are no-cost to Standard Plan participants and a $55 copay for High Deductible Health Plan participants. To make an appointment at a Montana Health Center near you, visit www.CareHere.com. First time registration code: MMNA3, or call 1-855-200-6822.www.CareHere.com. First time registration code: MMNA3, or call 1-855-200-6822.
Take Control is a Montana-based healthcare company that provides expecting moms on the MMIA EB plan with high quality maternity management during and after pregnancy. The program includes:
- $50 incentive
- Free pre-natal vitamins throughout pregnancy
- Coaching sessions in a supportive environment
- Nutrition and exercise tips
- Postpartum depression screening
- And more!”
Contact Take Control as soon as you know you’re pregnant to get enrolled. 1-800-746-2970
Employee Assistance Program
No-cost life-balance and counseling services through RBH, now an IBH company. You (and anyone in your household) can receive up to six in-person counseling sessions per issue, per year. Other services include financial counseling, legal mediation, identity theft services, and standard legal forms.
This program is developed in compliance with the EEOC wellness rules and does not violate anti-discrimination laws as laid down by the Americans with Disabilities Act and Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act. Participation in this program is voluntary. MMIA maintains the privacy and security of your personally identifiable health information. For more information, view our EEOC Notice.