New year of Call to Health to feature a new look

November 08, 2022
After the current program year ends November 11, Call to Health returns December 1, 2022, with a new look and a more intuitive mobile app.
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The current Call to Health program year ends Friday, November 11, with a new program year set to begin December 1, 2022. When the new program year begins, participants will experience a new, enhanced look when logging on to the Call to Health website. Details will be available later this month, and eligible employees will be sent an email with more information. In the meantime, here are some highlights:

  • How Call to Health works remains the same. Employees can qualify for reduced medical deductibles in 2024 by completing Call to Health Level 1 and receive a $50 Tango card at Level 2 and at Level 3. Covered spouses will receive a $100 Tango card when they complete Level 1.
  • In addition to using to complete and track activities, participants will find posts and information, including program updates, benefits news, and well-being tips, through the site, helping to engage and motivate them.
  • Call to Health activities will be located on a new Discover page. Once participants join an activity, it will be added to their homepage.
  • A new, more intuitive mobile app lets participants join and track activities and explore resources on the go, while staying connected with Call to Health.
  • Current participants won’t need to reregister on the website, but those who currently log on using the sign-in name they created when registering will need to use their email address instead. Passwords will remain the same; however, current app users will need to download the new mobile app once Call to Health returns on December 1.

Be on the lookout for more information, including how to navigate the site and download the new mobile app, coming soon. Then get ready for a new year of working toward wholeness with Call to Health.

*Call to Health is available to employees and their spouses with medical coverage through the Board of Pensions; it is not available to members enrolled in Triple-S, GeoBlue, or the Medicare Supplement Plan.