Take charge of my physical health

Making healthy lifestyle choices is something only you can do. Wherever you are on your healthcare journey, Jabil is ready to help.

Establish a relationship with an in-network provider.

When you have a relationship with a primary care physician and specialists in your medical plan network, you benefit from more personal care and cost savings. Need help finding an in-network provider? Call the Concierge Services Team at 833.361.0224 for help finding an in-network provider who fits your needs. You can also search for providers online.

Know my health status: Health Assessment.
Complete the Virgin Pulse Health Assessment, a brief mobile-friendly questionnaire. It will put you on a path to improving your health. You and your covered spouse can earn a $125 incentive. With your results, Virgin Pulse coaches can help guide you. Self-paced programs, interactive tools and challenges let you customize your experience.

Be sure to check out Coaching and Journeys under the Health icon you’ll see after you’ve registered.

Know my health status: Health Screening.

Knowing key numbers like your blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose and BMI can help prolong your life. See your doctor for a health screening and discuss your results. Not only is the in-network screening free, getting screened will earn you and your covered spouse a $125 incentive. Go to Virgin Pulse to access the Health Screening Form to bring to your appointment.

Practice prevention.
Preventive care can help identify small problems before they become serious (and more expensive to treat). Jabil medical plans cover in-network preventive care at 100% with no deductible. This includes annual physicals, routine immunizations and screenings as appropriate for your gender, age and health history (e.g., breast cancer screening, colon cancer screening, childhood immunizations PDF). Remind your doctor’s staff to code services as preventive.
Manage a chronic condition.
Chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma or congestive heart failure can make life difficult. You can still take charge by managing your condition as recommended by your doctor, including taking maintenance medications as prescribed. To stay on track, tap into your medical plan’s condition management resources or Virgin Pulse health coaching. Both can help you avoid complications and achieve your best possible health.
Quit tobacco.
Whether you light up or chew tobacco, quitting is likely the single most powerful change you can make for your health. It may take several tries, but don’t give up. Tap into Virgin Pulse health coaching and other resources, and discuss options with your doctor. Aetna also offers tips and resources. You are 4 times more likely to quit with support.
Keep my teeth healthy.

The Dental PPO covers preventive care, including twice yearly exams and cleanings at 100% with no deductible. Plus, each year you get preventive care, the plan will increase its $2,000 annual plan maximum benefit by $100 for the next year (for up to three years).

Get my eyes checked.

The vision plans cover an eye exam once every 12 months for just a $10 copay. Be sure to include this as part of your healthy to do’s. Review Option 1 and Option 2 benefit summaries for details.

Care for your hearing.

The medical plans cover hearing aids/exams up to $1,000 every three years, subject to deductible and coinsurance.

Have a healthy baby.

If you’re having a baby, take advantage of great resources throughout your pregnancy through your medical plan administrator. There’s even special counseling for high-risk mothers-to-be. For questions on leaves of absence, contact Unum at 866.779.1054.

Stay healthy by taking my meds as prescribed.

Always take your medicine as prescribed — it’s important for controlling chronic conditions, treating temporary conditions, and overall long-term health and well-being.

And if you’re a Healthy Plus medical plan participant, remember certain preventive medications are covered with no deductible.

Fact: Most chronic diseases can be prevented though healthy lifestyle behaviors.

Source: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion