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Call to Health

A new year of Call to Health runs October 1, 2015, through September 30, 2016. January 5, 2016, marks a new look and opportunities for the initiative, with a new Call to Health website. The new site is easy to use, social, and mobile-friendly.

Beginning January 5, 2016,

  • go to calltohealth.org to try out the new site (there’s a one-time sign-in to verify you’re a plan member); or
  • go through Benefits Connect.

Call to Health continues to include required and optional health actions, or challenges, to promote good health and well-being and lower your 2017 deductibles. Watch your mail in early January for more details on the initiative and website. You’ll find details about new challenges and how the site works.   

Why Call to Health?

As members of a faith community, we rely on one another for spiritual, physical and emotional, financial, and vocational support. By caring for our own health and well-being, we are better able to serve others. And, when you complete Call to Health from October 1, 2015, through September 30, 2016, your 2017 deductibles — both individual and family — will be reduced. In this way, Call to Health encourages you to take specific steps to improve your health and well-being.   

Only the member (employee) needs to complete Call to Health to earn reduced deductibles for 2017. However — new for 2016 — covered partners are welcome and encouraged to try out the resources of the new Call to Health website.

Who May Participate?

Call to Health is available to

  • members with medical coverage through the Highmark PPO, including those who are
    • Traditional or Affiliated Benefits Program enrollees;
    • seminary students;   
    • on Medical Continuation;
    • on transitional participation;   
    • receiving disability benefits;
  • members enrolled in the Anthem HMO.

Call to Health is not available to members enrolled in Triple-S, Cigna Global Health Benefits, or the Medicare Supplement Plan.

About Your Privacy

The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is committed to protecting the privacy of personal data, including personally identifiable information. All personal health information is protected and secure in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and is collected and used for medical management purposes only. For details regarding the Board’s use of personal information, please read our privacy policy under Related Information (above right).

A young, athletic PC(USA) pastor and wife share their Call to Health story.