To maintain a lifetime of better health, it is important for you to identify your individual risk factors and try to modify your lifestyle as appropriate. By completing a Health Risk Assessment (HRA), you will also save money on your health care premiums.
Marquette University has partnered with Aurora Health Care to oversee the HRA process, including conducting the on-campus biometric screenings and providing educational resources to those individuals whose situation may be in need of medical support. We encourage all employees to ask questions to Aurora or their primary care provider about their biometric results.
- The 2015 Health Risk Assessment process will include a change for employees who enroll or will enroll in either the Employee+1 or Family tier of the medical plan. For employees who have a spouse or same-sex domestic partner who is covered or will be covered by Marquette’s medical plan, the employee and the spouse or same-sex domestic partner must complete both parts of the Health Risk Assessment process in order for the employee to receive the 10-percent discount for 2015. If only one of the two complete the required steps, then the employee will not be eligible for the 10-percent discount.
- Marquette University will not receive individual results. In maintaining HIPAA compliance, Marquette University will only receive a group summary report indicating “yes” or “no” if the employee completed the Health Risk Assessment process.
How to complete your Health Risk Assessment
The university's annual enrollment period for 2015 benefit elections will run from Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 through Friday, Nov. 14, 2014. The HRA is a two step process. Both steps of the HRA need to be completed to be considered for the health care premium discount.
- The first step is a fasting biometric screening which is a simple finger stick test that will analyze your cholesterol, HDL and glucose. The results are available in about 15 minutes. Blood pressure, pulse, height, weight, and body mass index will also be recorded. You have three options for completing your biometric screening:
- Option ONE: Biometric screening with your primary care provider utilizing the Medical Provider Form below. Biometric screenings for employees seeing their primary care provider must fall between Tuesday, July 1, 2014 and Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. Subject to co-pays. You can fax the form directly to Justin at Aurora Healthcare at
(414) 525-2580. This form must be completed by your medical provider but can be faxed directly to Aurora by them or by you.
Provider Form for 2015 Discount
- Option TWO: Complete your Biometric screening
Online scheduling for the biometric screening portion of the Health Risk Assessment process begins Monday, Oct. 6th, 2014. Biometric screenings on campus will run between Monday, Oct. 27th, 2014 and Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. Below is a list of additional off-site Saturday Aurora Clinic Biometric Screening Offerings.
Saturday Off-Site Biometric Screening Flyer
- Option Three: Complete a comparable biometric screening at a spouse's or same-sex domestic partner's employer sponsored HRA screening and fax directly to Justin at Aurora Healthcare at
(414) 525-2580. Biometric screenings must fall between Tuesday, July 1st, 2014 and Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014.
- The second step is to complete an online questionnaire using the results from your biometric screening using one of the above options outlined.
This questionnaire will be available in on Monday, October 27th, the start of the Annual Enrollment Period. Please watch this website or News Briefs for updates as we get closer to the Annual Enrollment period.
- Beginning in July 2014, information regarding the Health Risk Assessment Process for the 2015 Annual Enrollment period (10/27/14 thru 11/14/14) will be updated in this area as well as the Human Resources Benefits Website.