Ready to get healthy and get rewarded? Here’s how you can earn up to $1,300 in My Health Reward Dollars.
First, get your Know Your Numbers lab values. Next, complete your annual Health Assessment. These two easy steps will help you learn how your health measures up today. That way, you can discover where to focus your efforts for a healthier you, tomorrow.
Miss one or more biometric maximums? Work with an Optum® nurse or coach who can inspire, motivate and help you improve your health through Personal Health Actions. Call the My Health NurseLine at 888-688-4030 to get started. Based on your screening results and personal goals, the nurse may recommend that you continue working one-on-one with a nurse or coach. Your coach will offer you online education in addition to personal coaching over the phone, online chat, or secure email.
Complete 100% of the above between Jan. 1 and Oct. 31, 2019, and you’ll earn:
- $780 for a single associate
- $1,300 for associate with a spouse/domestic partner
Take control of your health today — and get rewarded.
Note: To be eligible for the 2019 My Health program, you must be an associate or spouse/domestic partner enrolled in Nationwide medical coverage.
1. Obtain your Know Your Numbers lab values = 25%
Associates have two options for obtaining lab values:
Get your annual preventive care physical, which is covered at no cost for those enrolled in Nationwide medical coverage.
Ask your doctor to complete and submit the Physician Results Form. Instructions for downloading the form are available in myWELLBEING at myPLACE. If you've obtained your lab values since Nov. 1, 2018, ask your physician to complete and submit your results after Jan. 1, 2019.
NOTE: This is the only option available to spouses and domestic partners.
Complete an onsite screening.
Several larger Nationwide locations offer onsite screening events. Visit myWELLBEING at myPLACE to review event details and register for an onsite screening event. Your lab values will be automatically uploaded to your Health Profile on Rally at nationwidemyhealth.com.
By completing your Know Your Numbers lab values, you'll achieve 25% toward completion of the My Health program.
2. Complete your Annual Health Assessment = 25%
The Health Assessment at nationwidemyhealth.com is a confidential health questionnaire. It takes about 15 minutes and can help you jump-start a personal action plan and learn about possible health risks. Remember that the Health Assessment involves answering a series of health questions, not reporting your Know Your Numbers lab values.
By completing your Health Assessment, you'll achieve 25% toward completion of the My Health program.
3. Evaluate your results = 50%
Your Know Your Numbers lab values offer important information related to five key areas of health that can lead to disease or improve health outcomes. These biometric maximums will determine if you need to complete a Personal Health Action.
The biometric maximums for 2019 are:
|Body Mass Index (BMI)||
Less than or equal to 29.9
New for 2019, at least a 2-point decrease from last year’s BMI as reported by your physician or onsite screening
|Blood pressure||Less than or equal to 140/90|
|LDL Cholesterol (Bad)||Less than or equal to 160|
|Blood sugar||Less than or equal to 125|
|Tobacco use||No tobacco use is permitted|
Did you meet all the biometric maximums?
If you meet all five biometric maximums, you'll achieve 50% toward completion of the My Health program. That means, if you've completed your annual Health Assessment (25%), your Know Your Numbers lab values (25%), and you've met all five biometric maximums (50%), you've achieved 100% completion of the My Health program and earned your My Health Reward Dollars for 2020.
Did you miss any of the biometric maximums?
If you miss one or more of the biometric maximums, or if you anticipate missing one, complete a Personal Health Action. Call the My Health NurseLine at 888-688-4030 to get started. Based on your screening results and personal goals, the nurse may recommend that you continue working 1-on-1 with a nurse or coach. Your coach will offer you online education in addition to personal coaching over the phone, online chat, or secure email. Call 888-688-4030 after Jan. 1 to start your Personal Health Action – even before you receive your screening results.
When you complete your Personal Health Action, you'll achieve your missing percentage for 50% toward completion of the My Health program. That means, if you've completed your annual Health Assessment (25%), your Know Your Numbers lab values (25%), and your Personal Health Action (50%), you've achieved 100% completion of the My Health program and earned your My Health Reward Dollars for 2020.
Check your progress
Once you've completed a component of the My Health program, review your progress on your Rally Dashboard at nationwidemyhealth.com or on the Rally Health app.
Call the My Health NurseLine at 888-688-4030 or review the FAQs.
Can the My Health program address health concerns for a covered dependent?
Yes. A nurse will work with the covered parent to help with health concerns for a covered dependent under age 18. Examples include asthma management tips, medication management, assistance finding a doctor, and more. Call the My Health NurseLine at 888-688-4030.
Annual Health Assessment
Where can I find the results of my Health Assessment?
Select the gear icon in the top right corner of any page on Rally at nationwidemyhealth.com and select "Profile" from the drop-down menu. Choose the "Health Profile" tab to see your results.
What is my Rally Age?
After you complete the Health Assessment, you will receive your Rally Age, a measure of your overall health based on the answers you provided. Rally also recommends activities to help lower your Rally Age.
What if I start my Health Assessment, but want to finish it later?
Select the "Finish Later" link at the top of the screen to save your answers and complete the rest at a later time. When you return to Rally, you'll receive a message with a link that says, "Finish your Health Assessment." Click the link to return to complete the questions you had not answered.
How long does it take to complete the Health Assessment?
The Health Assessment takes about 15 minutes to complete.
Know Your Numbers lab values and biometric maximums
What if I'm unable to attend an onsite screening?
Ask your doctor to complete and submit the Physician Results Form by Oct. 31, 2019. If you've obtained your lab values since Nov. 1, 2018, request that your doctor complete and submit the form after Jan. 1, 2019. Visit myWELLBEING at myPLACE to download the Physician Results Form.
How do my lab values impact My Health Rewards?
When you meet all five biometric maximums through your lab values, you'll achieve 50% toward completion of the My Health program. You can obtain your lab values through an onsite Know Your Numbers screening or by requesting that your doctor complete and submit the Physician Results Form.
The biometric maximums for 2019 are:
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Less than or equal to 29.9
New for 2019, at least a 2-point decrease from last year’s BMI as reported by your physician or onsite screening
Blood pressure Less than or equal to 140/90 LDL Cholesterol (Bad) Less than or equal to 160 Blood sugar Less than or equal to 125 Tobacco use No tobacco use is permitted
Can I use my Know Your Numbers lab values from 2018?
Yes, you can use lab values dated on or after Nov. 1, 2018. Request that your physician complete the form and submit it after Jan. 1, 2019, following the instructions on the form.
What if a medical condition or disability prevents me from participating in the My Health program?
If your physician advises you to participate in an alternative activity other than completing a Personal Health Action, a Provider Alternative Actionmust be signed by the physician and submitted with your agreement to complete the alternative activity. Download and print the Provider Alternative Action.
Personal Health Action
What is a Personal Health Action?
If you miss one or more of the biometric maximums, you can complete a Personal Health Action. Call the My Health NurseLine at 888-688-4030 to get started. Based on your screening results and personal goals, the nurse may recommend that you continue working 1-on-1 with a nurse or coach. Your coach will offer you online education in addition to personal coaching over the phone, online chat, or secure email.
Associates, spouses, domestic partners and adult dependent children enrolled in Nationwide medical coverage can voluntarily participate in Personal Health Actions; however only associates, spouses and domestic partners can receive My Health Rewards for doing so.
How much time does it take to complete a Personal Health Action?
The plan is tailored to you, based on your individual needs and goals. Your nurse or coach will work with you to create a personalized plan.
Where can I view my progress in the My Health program?
Visit your Rally Dashboard at nationwidemyhealth.com or on the Rally Health app to view your progress.
Earning My Health Reward Dollars
What My Health Reward Dollars can associates earn?
Associates enrolled in Nationwide medical coverage are eligible for a $260 deposit in your WageWorks account in January 2020. In addition, they can earn a biweekly My Health Completion Credit on the 2020 cost of health care. The My Health Completion Credit will be paid and shown on your pay document as earnings.
What My Health Reward Dollars can spouses/domestic partners earn?
Spouses and domestic partners enrolled in Nationwide medical coverage can earn a biweekly My Health Completion Credit on the 2020 cost of health care.
What is the time frame for earning My Health Reward Dollars?
Achieve 100% completion of My Health Reward components between Jan. 1 and Oct. 31, 2019. If you anticipate that you will miss a biometric maximum, you can call the My Health NurseLine after Jan. 1, 2019, to begin work on a Personal Health Action — even before you receive your Know Your Numbers lab values.
What if my spouse/domestic partner and I both work for Nationwide? Where do Nationwide associates enrolled in medical benefits under their Nationwide spouse/domestic partner view their My Health Reward Dollars?
When both spouses/domestic partners work for Nationwide and are enrolled together in coverage, both participate as associates in order to earn maximum My Health Reward Dollars. If you are an associate who is enrolled under the Nationwide medical coverage of your spouse/domestic partner, your My Health Completion Credit will be reflected in the enrolled associate's pay document.
What happens to My Health Reward Dollars if I leave the company or retire?
You must be an active Nationwide associate enrolled in Nationwide medical coverage on the day of the WageWorks deposit.
Who can view my Public Profile?
All information you choose to include in your Public Profile will be visible to all Rally users, not only Nationwide users. This is different from the information in your Health Profile, which is private.
What information can other users see in my Profile?
Other users can see Profile information, including your Rally username, gender, general location, interests, activities and connections.
Can I change my profile image?
Yes. Simply follow the on-screen instructions.
What is a Mission?
Missions are simple activities you can do every day to improve your diet, fitness, and mood. From eating your vegetables to getting more exercise, we’ve got Missions for you! Participation in Missions will enable you to earn Coins that earn Rally rewards (but are not tied to the Nationwide My Health Rewards program).
How will I see my recommended Missions?
Rally uses your Health Assessment responses to determine which Missions will be most helpful to you. For example, if you indicate that you don't exercise regularly, Rally might recommend easier Missions in the MOVE category that could benefit your health and are within your reach.
Can I connect a wearable fitness device to a Mission I want to join?
Yes, you can. If you wish to use a device such as an iPhone, Android, Jawbone® or Fitbit® to track your activity on Rally, you will need to have an active account for that device. If you haven't set up your device yet or don't have an existing account, follow the instructions that came with your device. When you join a Mission that is compatible with wearable fitness devices, you'll be asked whether you want to use a device to check in.
Can I track my progress?
Yes, you can track your weekly progress on Missions you have joined. Rally displays your daily check-ins and progress, provided you have reached the goal. You will also be able to see your progress toward the overall goal of completing your Mission in four weeks.
How do I complete a Mission?
Mission requirements vary and may include:
- Individual Mission expectations. For example, walk three miles every day.
- Minimum success criteria. Check in a minimum number of times per week to receive credit for that week. Your week starts on the day you join the Mission and runs for six days afterward. For example, you may need to check in a minimum number of times to be given credit for that week.
- Mission duration. Each Mission lasts four weeks. These weeks don't have to be consecutive, but you must check in a minimum number of times each week for four weeks in order to complete the Mission.
What are Challenges?
Challenges consist of walking and running challenges where you compete against others and are awarded Rally Coins as you make your way around the virtual course. Participation in a Challenge requires use of a fitness device, including iPhone, Android, Fitbit®, Jawbone® and many others. As you walk or run in real life using your device, your distance is applied to the virtual course. Participation and completion of a Challenge will earn you Coins but is not tied to the Nationwide My Health program.
How do you join a Challenge?
Select the Challenges tab in Rally and follow the on-screen instructions to participate.
Do you have to be in the city of the Challenge to participate?
No, Challenges are virtual. If you have a fitness tracking device — including iPhone, Android, Fitbit®, Jawbone® and many others — you can walk/run anywhere (even on a treadmill) or sync your distance to the virtual course.
Can you join more than one Challenge simultaneously?
No, you can join only one Challenge at a time.
How many users are visible on the Challenge course at once?
10 users are visible on the course. The course displays the top 9 positions along with your user PIN (no matter what position you are in).
What is the Leaderboard?
The Leaderboard displays all users within the Challenge. It is sorted by the users with the most miles at the top of the list and the users with the least miles at the bottom of the list.
Rally Coins and Prizes
What are Coins?
Rally rewards you with Coins when you complete a task. You can then redeem your Coins for discounted items in the Rally Marketplace or take part in sweepstakes for chances to win health- and technology-related prizes such as fitness trackers, gift cards and more. Rally Coins are not affiliated with the Nationwide My Health Rewards program.
How do I earn Coins? What are the Coin values for each action?
You'll earn Rally Coins when you complete tasks, such as finishing your Health Assessment, logging in daily, joining communities or participating in Missions. For more details, select the REWARDS tab on any Rally page at nationwidemyhealth.com or on the Rally Health app.
Where can I find my Coin balance?
View your coin balance below your username on all Rally pages at nationwidemyhealth.com or on the Rally Health app.
How are the drawings conducted?
Winners are selected at random and notified by email. If you are the winner, you will be asked for an address if your reward is being mailed to you. Your mailing address will not be required if you receive gift cards or other items that can be emailed to you. Please allow 8–12 weeks from the time you claim your reward until delivery. If you have not won, you will not be notified. Don't give up, though. There is a new sweepstakes every two weeks. Keep trying!
Rally Health Profile
What is the Health Profile?
Your Health Profile is broken down into four categories: Eat, Move, Feel and Care. Each category contains risk factors based on your Health Assessment results. Rally also provides recommendations to help you better understand what these risk factors mean and how you can improve.
Rally Personal Health Record
What is the Personal Health Record?
Your Personal Health Record is a single spot for all your health information, such as contact information, allergies, health care providers, conditions, medications and supplements, test results, surgeries, procedures and more. Your Personal Health Record makes it easy to share your information with your physician.
Can I print my Personal Health Record?
Yes. Select the Personal Health Record tab within your profile and follow the on-screen instructions to print a copy.
Can you delete Personal Health Record information?
If you have manually entered an allergy or health care professional on your Personal Health Record, you can delete these entries. Other information on the record cannot be deleted.
What is a Community?
Communities are a place where you can connect, inspire and support others in their health and wellness journey. There are 27 Communities that you can join, with topics including food, fitness, allergies, parenting, diabetes and many more. Within each Community, you can start discussions, ask questions and connect with other participants having the same health and wellness concerns and interests. All information you choose to share in a community will be visible to all Rally users, not just Nationwide users.
Rally Health Mobile App
Where can I find the Rally Health Mobile App?
The Rally Health Mobile App™ is available in the App Store® and Google PlayTM.