The beneFIT Well-Being Program

What is the beneFIT Well-Being Program?

The South Dakota State Employee Benefits Program has partnered with StayWell to provide you with tools and resources to help you look and feel your best. By participating in the beneFIT Well-Being Program, you can take control of your health and set happiness in motion. To learn more, visit benefit.staywell.com or click the following links:

  • FY20 beneFIT well-being program overview (Coming Soon!)


  • FY20 Getting Started Guide (Coming Soon!)

How do I know if I have met the wellness qualifications for FY21?

Login to benefit.staywell.com and click on My Progress to check your completion status. Your green progress bar should show 100 points completed for individual coverage.
screenshot of 100 completed points

Or 200 points completed, if you are an employee with a covered spouse. Both you and your spouse must complete all three qualifications.
screenshot of 200 completed points

What you need to know:

By completing the three qualifications by April 1, 2020, you will qualify for the Low Deductible Health Plan for FY21* or you will earn the maximum State contribution for your Health Savings Account (HSA), if you choose the High Deductible Health Plan for FY21.* Login to your account at benefit.staywell.com to get started.

Online Health Assessment
Complete the assessment to see how your lifestyle habits affect your health and well-being.
On-site Health Screening
Receive valuable information to keep you healthy today and help prevent serious health problems in the future.
Earn 100 Wellness Points
Choose activities of your choice to earn 100 wellness points.
If your spouse is on your health plan, both you and your covered spouse must complete the three qualifications to be eligible for the Low Deductible Health Plan or the maximum State contribution for your HSA, if you choose the High Deductible Health Plan for FY20.

Common questions about the beneFIT Well-Being Program can be found on the beneFIT FAQ page.

By completing all three qualifications by April 1, 2020:

You will qualify for the Low Deductible Health Plan for FY21.*
— OR —
You will earn the maximum State contribution for your Health Savings Account (HSA), if you choose the High Deductible Health Plan for FY20.*

If you have single coverage, you can earn the maximum State contribution of $500 for your HSA by completing the three wellness qualifications. If you decide to not complete the three wellness qualifications, the State will contribute $250 for your HSA just for choosing the High Deductible Health Plan for FY21.

If you have family coverage, you can earn the maximum State contribution of $1,000 for your HSA by completing the three wellness qualifications.* If you and your covered spouse decide not to complete the three wellness qualifications, the State will contribute $500 for your HSA just for choosing the High Deductible Health Plan for FY21.

 

*You are not required to complete the wellness opportunities this year to earn the incentive for fiscal year FY20, if you fall into one of the exempt groups listed below. However, you are encouraged to participate, so you become familiar with the program and can earn the incentive in the future.

» New employee hired or added to the health plan after July 1, 2019.
» Spouse added to the health plan after July 1, 2019.*
» Employees opting out of the health plan.

 

Start Earning Your Reward Now

Login to your account at benefit.staywell.com to learn about how to complete the three qualifications and earn your incentive for FY21.