New Member Introduction
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Congratulations and welcome to MotivHealth! At MotivHealth, success starts and ends with you taking full advantage of our unique member tools, resources, and incentive programs.
Create MotivHealth member account.
Visit motivhealth.com and click “log in” to create your new member account.
Enroll in Steps Incentive program.
Connect your free Garmin or preferred pedometer device to your member account.
Receive a Prescription Assessment.
Contact a Prescription Benefit Analyst 385-247-1030 for a free review of your current prescriptions. We may be able to lower or eliminate your monthly medication expense.
Participate with Prompt Pay.
Contact a Personal Health Assistant prior to receiving a planned medical procedure. We may be able to reduce your out-of-pocket expense by as much as $3,000.
Your health plan with MotivHealth will consist of both 1) health insurance, and a 2) health savings account (HSA).
You can use your plan for: preventive services (covered at 100%), routine and major medical care, doctor and specialist visits, prescription drugs, hospital stays, and more.
What’s an HSA?
An HSA, or health savings account, is a personal health savings account that can be used to pay for both current and future medical expenses. The funds in an HSA usually come from contributions made by you, your spouse, or your employer. Not only that, but your HSA dollars are yours. They don’t expire. In fact, they roll over year to year giving you both health security and a future financial asset.
Money, including premium savings, can be deposited tax-free into an HSA to pay for current or future qualified medical, dental, or vision expenses for you as well as your dependents.
Our Member Programs
Through our member programs, MotivHealth provides several unique ways for you to earn HSA dollars and save money:
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