HealthQuest Points

Eligibility and Required Information

 

To earn a HealthQuest point for an agency training in 2021, you must be enrolled in the State Employee Health Program (SEHP), attend a Faculty and Staff Wellness sponsored event and virtually sign-in on the attendance sheet.  Affiliates are  more than welcome to participate even though they are not eligible to earn a HealthQuest point. 

 

Eligible Faculty & Staff Wellness Programs 

Earn up to 13 points for attending any combination* of these wellness committee events: Move-N-Learn, Lunch-N-Learn, or KU Faculty and Staff Wellness Fair.  Suggestion: When asked if you want a HealthQuest point, say "yes" even if you've reached the maximum points.

  • KU Faculty and Staff Wellness Fair:  Attendees will need to provide your email address at the end the wellness fair survey.
  • Lunch-N-Learn: Registration is not required.  Sign-in on the clipboard at each event (must provide email address).
  • Move-N-Learn: Registration is required on MyTalent prior to attending the event and attendance will be taken at the event.
  • *Due to COVID-19, only virtual Lunch-N-Learns are being offered at this time.

 

Tracking Your Points

  1. Visit the HealthQuest portal. 
  2. Create an account or log into your account.
  3. Click on the "Earn your incentives" located in the left column.

 

If you have questions, please email wellness@ku.edu.


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