Call to Health helps you achieve wholeness by focusing on spiritual, health, financial, and vocational well-being. Here’s how it works.
Start your journey
You answer the call by completing activities that focus on self-care in all dimensions of wholeness.
The first step is to
register for Call to Health.
To join Call to Health activities, log on to the Call to Health website and select the
Discover tab. (To access the Discover page on the mobile app, go to the compass symbol at the bottom next to the home symbol.) There you will find required activities, activities recommended for you based on your Well-Being Assessment and other activities you’ve participated in, plus new activities from the Board of Pensions. Once you join an activity, it will be added to your homepage under My Activities.
To earn Call to Health points, log back on within two weeks of completing an activity to record it. Select the activity tile, click
Get Started, click on the visit or completion date, and click
Track to receive your points. Except for your preventive exam,
you must record completed activities within two weeks.
Track your progress by clicking
My Points at the top of the homepage. To access the My Points page on the mobile app, tap your profile image in the top left corner then go to
My Points. To see what you’ve done so far, click or tap Points History.
Levels and points
There are three levels you can achieve when you participate in Call to Health. In addition, employees who register on the Call to Health website for the first time
and complete the Well-Being Assessment receive a $50 Tango card,
which can be redeemed for gift cards or used to make charitable donations.
Level 1: Answer the call
Complete the following activities to earn at least 1,000 points:
Take the confidential Well-Being Assessment (required) (300 points).
Get your preventive exam and record the visit on the Call to Health website (required) (400 points).*
Engage in other optional activities you select (300 points combined).
Employees who complete Level 1 have their medical deductible(s) for the following year reduced by 25 percent or more. Covered spouses and/or child(ren) of employees who complete Level 1 will enjoy reduced deductibles, too.
Covered spouses who participate in Call to Health and complete Level 1 receive a $100 Tango card.
Member couples: If you are part of a
member couple, you and your spouse must each complete Call to Health Level 1 to earn a reduced medical deductible for the next plan year. If one of you does not complete Call to Health, only the member who does complete it will receive a reduced deductible.
Level 2: Embrace the call
Complete the required activities and any combination of optional activities that brings your point total to at least 1,500 points. Employees who complete Level 2 receive a $50 Tango card.
Level 3: Live the Call
Keep going and earn at least 2,000 points to complete Level 3. Employees who complete Level 3 receive another $50 Tango card.
*A preventive exam is required annually for those 50 and older or every 24 months for those under 50. If you are under 50 and had a physical last year, to receive credit and points for meeting this requirement, enter the date of the visit and the name of your physician where prompted, even if you had entered the same information and received points for it last year. A virtual checkup, if this option is available from your physician, may be used to meet the preventive exam requirement.
Employees who register on the Call to Health website for the first time and complete the Well-Being Assessment receive a $50 Tango card! Please allow up to four weeks to receive your Tango card.
A Tango card is a digital gift card that you earn by completing certain Call to Health levels.
When your Call to Health point total reaches the amount required for a Tango card, you’ll receive an email from the Call to Health team with a Reward Link to redeem your card. Once you activate the link, the value of your card is available immediately. There’s no expiration date, so you can use your Tango card when — and how — you want.
Redeem it for gift cards from national retailers, selected by the Board of Pensions for their focus on healthy living and well-being, such as Amazon, CVS, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Fitbit, and Whole Foods, to name a few.
Donate the value of your Tango card to certain designated charitable organizations, including the American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics, and more.
Split the value of your card and spend it on any combination of gift cards and charities.
Note: If redeeming the Tango card for a gift card, you are responsible for reporting the gift card amount as taxable income when filing your tax return. Designation of the Tango card to benefit a charity is considered a charitable deduction for tax purposes.
There’s no cost to you to participate in most Call to Health activities. A few activities, however, may require you to pay limited out-of-pocket costs.
Nutritional counseling: When you see a network provider and your body mass index (BMI) is less than 30, regular plan provisions apply (PPO: $25 copay; EPO: $40 copay; HDHP: 100 percent of cost until you pay the deductible, then 20 percent coinsurance up to annual out-of-pocket maximum); if your BMI is 30 or more, you pay $0. (Use an online BMI calculator or ask your healthcare provider to measure it.)
Preventive dental exam: Your cost depends on your dental benefits. If you have Aetna PPO dental coverage through the Board, for example, a preventive dental exam is covered at 100 percent with no deductible.
Vision exam: $25 copay for a routine vision exam from a VSP network provider. If you use an out-of-network provider, submit a claim to VSP to be reimbursed for part of the expense.
Well-Being Retreat: Participants pay travel and hotel costs.
CREDO conference: $500 participation fee (if eligible and invited).
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, including the information you provide when taking the Well-Being Assessment, 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, see
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Notice. No genetic information is collected in the Call to Health Well-Being Assessment.