Biometric Screening

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Biometrics-SideimageWant to avoid the $600 Wellbeing Assessment surcharge on your 2019 Allstate Medical Plan premiums? Here are the two important steps you’ll want to take:

  1. Step #1: Get a biometric screening at work or through your doctor; AND
  2. Step #2: Complete the 2018 September Wellbeing Assessment online.
Biometric screenings at work are coming soon

We’re offering biometrics screenings across the enterprise in May, June and July. Getting a screening at work is the convenient way to get the biometric numbers needed for this year’s September Wellbeing Assessment. In 15 minutes or less, health professionals will do a quick finger prick; take your blood pressure; and measure your height, weight and waist behind a privacy screen. Offered free of charge*, these screenings are confidential and your biometric numbers will be automatically uploaded to the September Wellbeing Assessment for you. New this year, if you get a screening at the office, you’ll earn 500 points toward your 2018 wellness incentives.

Registration information will be available soon.

Work in Northbrook, IL or Irving, TX? You can get a biometric screening at the Allstate Good Life® Wellness Center. To make an appointment, call (847) 402-2300 in Northbrook or (972) 915-7700 in Irving. Appointments are available Monday through Friday, 7 - 11 a.m. New this year, if you get a screening at a Wellness center, you’ll earn 500 points toward your 2018 wellness incentives.

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Can’t get a screening at the office?

Or prefer not to? No problem. Simply get one through your doctor. If you go to an in-network provider, an annual preventive physical — which includes a biometric screening — is generally covered at 100%, with no deductibles, coinsurance or copayments.**

Don’t forget to take this handy biometrics form with you. And keep your results in a place where you’ll be able to easily access them when you take the 2018 September Wellbeing Assessment.

*The cost is paid for by the Allstate Medical Plan and your employer.

**If you are enrolled in an Allstate Medical Plan coverage option, including HMOs. Subject to the terms of the Medical Plan.