Earn up to $100 with USG Well-being

By Makayla Littles

Are you covered by any of the University System of Georgia’s healthcare plans? Eligible Augusta University employees and spouses can each earn up to $100 in well-being credit by participating in the numerous health activities provided by USG. Earning well-being credits is as easy as taking a risk assessment, participating in well-being coaching or tracking healthy habits.

The purpose of this initiative is to continue the effort of promoting healthy lifestyles by providing expert guidance such as financial, digital and wellness coaching to help participants achieve the most health in all life categories.

To qualify for this program, you (and your spouse) must be covered by a USG healthcare plan.

While participation can be year-long, the health activities listed on the website must be completed by September 30 and you must meet the requirements of eligibility at the time of payment.  Participants will be paid the well-being credit by November 2018. Please note, well-being credits are considered taxable income.

To get started, visit their website at OneUSG Connect – Benefits. Covered spouses can also register at Our Well-Being.

Visit USG Well-Being for more information. Don’t miss out on the chance to be rewarded for your healthy choices!

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