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  • There's a Health App for Everyone

    There's a Health App for Everyone

    From tracking calories and workout routines to accessing health stats and wellness information, the benefits of apps are getting a lot of attention. But with so many options, trying to pick the right one can be daunting.

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  • Slip into sleep.

    Slip into Sleep

    Quality sleep is important to your overall health and well-being – not to mention productivity. Find ways to get more of those “slept like a baby” slumber sessions in this month’s VitaMin.

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  • How to Prepare for Your Annual Check-up

    How to Prepare for Your Annual Check-up

    Your annual check-up is an important part of your overall health. So it’s important to make the most of your one-on-one time with your health care provider. The key is doing a little prep work.

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  • The Exercise Effect

    The Exercise Effect

    Fitness gives you all the feels. Everyone knows that exercise is great for you physically – protecting your body against a host of diseases and ailments. It’s also great for you mentally. Regular exercise can help combat depression, anxiety and everyday stress.

    When we exercise, we release endorphins, and a high-intensity activity, like running, is what gives people that euphoric feeling, or a “runner’s high.” But the key to a consistently better mood is actually low-intensity exercise that’s done routinely. Aim for 30 minutes three to five times each week.

    Read on for ideas to get started.

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  • 6 ways to save on your health care bills

    6 Ways to Save on Your Health Care Bills

    Having a plan helps. Medical care can be costly and overwhelming for many. Having a health plan helps, but out-of-pocket costs can still come as a surprise. The good news is, there are ways you can help avoid unexpected bills, and even lower the expected ones.

    Read on to learn tips to get going.

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  • Your Body Was Made to Move

    Your Body Was Made to Move

    If there were a magic pill to prevent aging, the closest thing would be exercise. Daily activity helps prevent obesity, heart disease and diabetes–not to mention, it keeps you feeling great.

    Regardless of age, adults should aim for 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise every week or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week. Incorporate both aerobic activity and strength training into your routine for maximum benefits. But as you move through decades, there will be some adjustments that need to be made and limitations to account for.

    Read on to learn more about these age differences.

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  • Biometrics and Coaching

    Biometrics and Coaching

    The 2022 Biometric Campaign will take place February-April 2022.
    Tag, you’re it—Members not meeting the recommended biometric standards will be required to engage with a Healthy Life Team health coach or online health coaching to avoid a wellness surcharge.

    2022 Quest Onsite Events schedule    2022 Biometrics Guide    Read more

  • The Antioxidant Advantage

    The Antioxidant Advantage

    Fill your fridge with disease-fighting superfoods. Antioxidants are an important part of a healthy diet. And for good reason. Not only do they support a healthy immune system but they may be able to protect your body’s cells against free radicals.

    Luckily our bodies already know how to defend against free radicals: by extracting antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, beta-carotene, lycopene, selenium and lutein, from healthy food sources.

    Read on to learn which superfoods you should be focusing on.

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  • Make Resilience a Ritual

    Make Resilience a Ritual

    We all face challenges. But getting through tough times isn’t easy for everyone. People with strong resilience skills tend to come out on top. It just takes practice. Life doesn’t come with a map.

    There are twists and turns – some good, some bad. Resilience is about finding inner strength, knowing how to deal with the bad and bouncing back better. And it’s a skill that everyone can improve upon. Read more to learn about the four ways to build resilience.

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  • The Importance of Vaccines

    The Importance of Vaccines

    There’s a long history of lifesaving vaccines developed for polio, smallpox, whooping cough, tetanus, influenza and more. Vaccines have the power to protect against some of the most dangerous diseases. Researchers are working hard to respond to new and evolving threats. Boosting your knowledge about vaccines and how they work can help protect even more people.

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  • Amwell

    Amwell Telehealth

    Amwell telehealth is a faster, easier way to see a doctor. It lets you have video visits with a doctor 24/7/365. It's easy to use, private, and secure. It’s free to enroll and the cost per visit is $20 for acute care visits for Mohawk health plan members and a discounted rate of $59 for Mohawk employees not on the health plan. Remember to use service key Mohawk. Get more information on Amwell at the following:

    Amwell page    Mymohawk article
  • Employee Assistance

    Employee Assistance

    Provided by Mohawk, the CIGNA Employee Assistance (EA) and Behavioral Health Care Management services are Total Life Assistance TM tools. They are designed to help you and your family members successfully manage life’s challenges by identifying options and making informed choices. It is a free and completely confidential service so that you and your family members can talk with an expert and receive counseling as well as legal and financial assistance.

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  • New Hires Biometrics
  • Behavioral Health
  • Qualifying Life Event (QLE) Enrollment
  • Mobile Mammogram Coach is here
  • Mammogram Schedule
  • New Hires Biometrics

    New Hires Biometrics

    As a new hire, if you enroll in the Company medical plan, you and your covered spouse must complete a biometric screening within 60 days of your benefit effective date.

    Employees and covered spouses who do not complete a biometrics screening will receive a surcharge of an additional $28.85 per week or $125 per month on top of the medical premium. Click below for details.

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  • Behavioral Health

    Behavioral Health

    Behavioral Health is an important part of your overall well-being. Mohawk is pleased to offer a variety of resources to our employees and their families. We encourage you take advantage of the resources linked here and below. Visit often for updates.

    Employee Assistance (EA)

    Resources to help with work and home life

    The Employee Assistance (EA) helps you and your family members successfully manage life’s challenges including (but not limited to) Stress Management, Depression/Anxiety, Family/Parenting, General Wellness & Healthy Living, Emotional, Workplace Issues, Alcohol/Drug Abuse, Legal Services, and Financial Assistance.  It is a free and completely confidential service.

    Go online to (employer ID: mohawk) or call 855-566-4295.

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    Wednesday Wellness Seminars

    Take advantage of these weekly webcasts on a variety of behavioral health topics Wednesdays for one hour at 2 pm ET/ 1 pm CT or watch at your convenience with on-demand replay starting 2 hours after the live presentation.

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    Mental Health Awareness

    Mental Health is very important - please use the resources on this website to get more information when you need it.

    Learn more about mental health by checking out the resources below:

    Cigna - Mind/Body Connection

    Mohawk Healthy Life Minute Videos

    #Breakthestigma article

    Employee Assistance

    Additional Behavioral Health Resources

  • Qualifying Life Event (QLE) Enrollment

    Qualifying Life Event (QLE) Enrollment

    If you have had a qualifying life event (QLE)* (example: birth, marriage, divorce) and need to enroll or make a change to your benefits, you may do so through Employee Central. Click on Change Benefits or View Current Elections tile. You may also call the Benefits Service Center (BSC) at 1-866-481-4922.

    *Due to IRS regulations, Qualifying Life Event changes must be made within 31 days of the event.

    BSC hours: Mon-Thu 8 am - 6 pm ET and Fri 8 am - 5 pm ET
  • Mobile Mammogram Coach is here

    All women should have one screening mammogram between the ages of 35 and 40. After age 40, a screening mammogram is recommended every year. If you have any breast abnormalities, even a small change or concern call your doctor, who may order a diagnostic mammogram. We only do screening mammograms on the mobile unit. If you meet these age guidelines and have not had a mammogram within the calendar year of 2022, and you are a Mohawk Health plan member, you should get a mammogram.

  • Mammogram Schedule

    Mammogram Schedule

    Screenings in North Georgia

    For the latest schedule and pre-registration form (también en español), click here.

    For Screenings in North Georgia, call 423-495-4040. For screenings in other areas, click here for a schedule or contact your HR Manager.

    Additional Details

    For additional details about who should get a mammogram and what to bring with you to your appointment, Who should get a Mammogram screening? Click here.

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