Wellvibe provides a unique service platform that’s designed to benefit both businesses and consumers.

Activities and Outcomes

Activities are the engine that drives Wellvibe. When members sign in to Wellvibe for the first time, the system automatically generates activities based on their personal information, age and gender. A custom user interface is then created with clear direction in each activity.

As members complete activities, Wellvibe assigns new ones based on their health assessment, biometrics, claims history, and other specific data. This clinical logic keeps members on track for activities that lead to outcomes, such as lower blood sugar, lower blood pressure or a drop in waist circumference.

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Activities at a glance

A Biometric Screening activity is one of Wellvibe’s key activities. A Biometric Screening may be assigned to members of Wellvibe through their employer to help identify individuals who have risk factors for heart disease, diabetes, stroke and more.

If your screening values are out of range, you will have the opportunity to participate in a recommended disease intervention program to help improve your health.

Most children and adults should see their physician once a year for an annual physical. The physician will determine the level of the checkup and the preventive screenings to be administered.

To make the most of your next checkup, here are some things to do before you go:

  • Review your family health history
  • Find out if you are due for any general screenings or vaccinations
  • Write down a list of issues and questions you want to address with the doctor

People with High Blood Pressure discovered during a biometric screening  may be asked to schedule an appointment with their doctor to discuss the results.

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening for breast cancer in women 50-74 years of age with a screening mammogram every two years.

Learn more about breast cancer by visiting The American Cancer Society.

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening for cervical cancer in women 21-65 years of age with a Pap Smear every three years. For women ages 30-65 years who want to lengthen the screening interval, they recommend screening with a combination of cytology and HPV co-testing every five years.

Learn more about cervical cancer by visiting The American Cancer Society.

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends screening for colorectal cancer in adults 50-75 years of age with one of the following:

  • Annual fecal occult blood testing – or –
  • Sigmoidoscopy every five years followed by fecal occult blood testing in third year – or –
  • Colonoscopy every 10 years

Compass Professional Health Services offers personalized, no-cost, concierge-style advice and answers for all your healthcare needs and concerns. Compass takes the complexity out of health care and simplifies the process for you.

Taking care of your teeth and gums isn’t just about preventing cavities or bad breath. The mouth is a gateway into your body’s overall health. Gum disease and other health problems may be linked so brushing and flossing are more important than ever. See your dentist regularly to keep your smile – and yourself – healthy.

One of the most effective actions you can take to cut your medical claims costs is diabetes management. One in 10 employees is diabetic, and three others are pre-diabetic. Medical costs for a diabetic employee are 230 percent higher than for a non-diabetic employee, and 80 percent of claims over $250,000 are diabetes related. So it’s easy to see that diabetes control can have a signifiant impact on your claims.

Our soon-to-be-released diabetes management program gets to the root of the problem: testing. Seven out of 10 diabetics don’t test regularly, and if they don’t test, they can’t control their condition.  The program provides a state-of-the-art glucometer that instantly records every result into a database. With real-time monitoring, select caregivers and family members will be alerted when testing is missed, or when results are out of range. And so will a 24/7 call center staffed by trained personnel. This way, they can intervene — before the situation becomes a crisis.

Wellvibe can dynamically assign a series of educational videos from Emmi Solutions to help participants better understand risk factors, their cause, and their role in reducing those risk factors. Emmi video’s can also serve as a reasonable alternative activity.

Completion of disease related activities contribute toward each individual’s success in meeting the minimum wellness, education, and compliance requirements set by the plan.

Targeting expectant mothers, the Healthy Pregnancy Program is designed to help you have a safe delivery and a healthy child. The program is personalized to your needs and offers access to nurses and education resources 24 hours a day.

Physical fitness activities can be created that tie into wearable devices to engage users and keep them motivated. For those folks that don’t have a wearable tracking device they can still add their activity manually for credit!


Getting an annual Influenza (Flu) vaccination often protects you from coming down with the flu.  Although the flu vaccine doesn’t always provide total protection, it’s worth getting. The vaccination uses a vaccine specific for a given year to protect against the highly variable influenza virus. Protect yourself, family and co-workers. You can get your flu vaccination from your Primary Care Physician or a mini-clinic.

This is a virtual course, taken in four 60+- minute webinars (and a bonus webinar) streamed through your computer or mobile device or downloaded, with 4 live or recorded weekly Group Coaching discussion/practice groups on the telephone or through Skype — all of which are also recorded for review or download.

Discover the common thread between what stresses you out the most and what matters to you most, and how you can leverage that to bring the spark of spirit and heart purpose into your life and the world.

Visit a doctor without leaving your home!

Sometimes it’s tough to get to a doctor. You may be under the weather, live far away from a doctor’s office or be pressed for time. Wouldn’t it be nice to get expert advice right from your home computer or mobile device? With LiveHealth Online, you can.

The Naturally Slim program:

  • Focuses on weight loss and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
  • Enables you to develop a lifestyle of eating your favorite foods while still improving health and losing weight.
  • Teaches you to identify personal eating habits, recognize the difference between true hunger and psychological hunger, understand how hydration habits influence hunger, and practice ways to minimize fat storage.
  • Addresses how exercise, stress, and your environment affect weight loss.


How it works:

The program is 10 weeks long and completely online. Participation includes watching weekly online video sessions. Other resources provided are a participant workbook; an online forum (NS Town™) where you can interact with Naturally Slim counselors, participants, and alumni; and an online dashboard where you can track your progress through the sessions, weight loss, steps walked, etc. There is no cost to you for participating in this program.

Naturally Slim is designed to be taken in 10 consecutive weeks. Participants who complete the program within 10 weeks from their start date typically experience a greater benefit from the program. Please ensure you are able to complete the program within 10 weeks from your start date.

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancer in men in the United States.  A Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test measures the level of PSA in the blood.  The levels of PSA, produced by the prostate, can be higher in men with prostate cancer, or as a result of other conditions affecting the prostate.  Your PSA level can also be affected by certain medical procedures, medications, an enlarged prostate, or a prostate infection.  The PSA test is not 100% accurate and can result in false positive or false negative results.  Your doctor is the best person to weigh the benefits and risks of a PSA test based on your age, family history, and race, and to help you determine if a PSA test is right for you.

Men 50-69 years of age should discuss with their doctor if a PSA test could be beneficial for them.  Depending on the results of your PSA test, it is recommended that you be retested annually or every two years at the recommendation of your doctor.

Learn more about prostate cancer by visiting The American Cancer Society.

If you’re a smoker, you know you should quit. But there’s no doubt that quitting is a challenge. That’s why you can participate in a smoking cessation course through Wellvibe. Tobacco users may pay a higher premium than those who do not smoke.

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