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Department of Employee Trust Funds
May 4, 2015

Well Wisconsin Expo Invitation

Active employees and annuitants participating in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program are invited to the Well Wisconsin Expo on Wednesday, May 13 at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison. The event is hosted by ETF.
Details:

Wellness Education Area: Open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Featuring more than 20 organizations with resources and ideas for improving physical fitness, nutrition and financial wellness. Representatives from local health insurance plans will also be available to answer questions about plan-provided wellness resources.

Additional Expo Highlights:

  • Lunch hour workshops beginning at 11:45 a.m. on Community Supported Agriculture, Mindful Money and Eating for Energy
  • Madison Parks Walk with a Doc program: Hear about lunchtime walks around the Capitol Square
  • Biometric screening (pre-registration required) with an optional one-on-one health coaching session
  • Internet kiosk stations for attendees to complete their health plan’s health survey

Well Wisconsin is a voluntary wellness program for active employees, annuitants* and their adult family members participating in the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program. Participants earn a $150 incentive** from their health plan, each calendar year, after completing a biometric screening and health survey.

For more information and to register for biometric screenings being held across the state, visit wellwisconsin.wi.gov.

*If you are also enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan, check with your health plan first to confirm eligibility for the incentive.
**All health and wellness incentives paid to members by the health plan are considered taxable income to the subscriber and are required to be reported by your employer.  Health information, including responses to the health survey, are protected by federal law and will never be shared with your employer.

supporting excellence in Wisconsin public service