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University of Dallas - Wellness Launch 2021

Click here to learn more about how you can earn a $50.00 per month Wellness Credit for 2022 medical benefits! 

Mobile Health, Wondr Health (formerly Naturally Slim) and Livongo are available to employees and their spouses currently enrolled in a University of Dallas medical plan through BCBS-TX.

Mobile Health 

March the Mississippi FAQ

Wondr Health

New Class Begins May 24, 2021!

NS Spring 2021 



Miss the on campus Biometric Screening with E-Health Screenings?  You can still get a biometric screening completed to earn your 2022 Wellness Credit.  You can schedule a biometric screening with an off-site lab or take a form to your personal doctor to complete.  Sign up now or get an emailed form at  Enter the Screening Key: HMA160

You will be required to fast for at least nine (9) hours prior to testing. 

As a reminder, to be eligible for the 2022 Wellness Credit you are required to submit your completed Biometric screening. All screenings need to be completed no later than July 31, 2021 to eligible for the $50 wellness credit.  

4/21/2021: Quarter 1 Raffle Winners

Congratulations James McGovern, Cherie Hohertz, and Kelly O’Briant!  They are last quarter’s winners of the Mobile Health Quarterly Raffle.  Participating in challenges and completing wellness checks on the app gets you points that earn tickets for raffles.    The winners’ prize choices included a $150 Academy Gift Card, $150 Whole Foods Gift Card or a Fitbit Charge 4.

3/23/2021: March the Mississippi Team Challenge - Registration Now Open!

Registration for March the Mississippi Team Challenge is now open!  Your mission is to work together with your team to walk 1,000,000 steps and reach the Gulf of Mexico.  This four week challenge starts on April 5, 2021 and ends on April 30, 2021.  The March the Mississippi challenge counts towards the two 2021 Mobile Health challenges required to receive the 2022 $50.00 per month Wellness Credit. 

You can create or join a team of up to 10 people. The more people that are on a team, the faster you will be able to reach 1,000,000 steps!  One person should be designated as the team captain.  The team captain will set up the team on Mobile Health and invite the other teammates to join their team.  Once the challenge begins, you cannot change teams.  Registration for the March the Mississippi challenge closes on April 9, 2021. To start, download and register on Mobile Health here (if you haven’t already). Select ‘Mississippi Challenge’ under Team Challenges.  

If your team reaches 1,000,000 steps, everyone on the team will receive a raffle ticket entry to win a $25.00 Amazon Gift Card.  Three winners will be randomly.

If you have any questions, contact

 3/10/2021: Majestic National Parks Team Challenge Raffle Winners

Congratulations Sharon Gibbs, Elaine Sanford, and Lauren Younger for winning a $25.00 Amazon Gift Card from the Majestic National Parks Team Challenge!  Employees who participated in the Team Walking Challenge and met their 1,000,000 step goal were entered into this raffle.    


Congratulations to the nine teams who participated.  Five of those teams reached their goal of 1,000,000 steps and will be entered to win a $25.00 Amazon Gift Card.  

1. Facilitators - 1,905,879*
2. Walking Woodchucks - 1,465,427*
3. Gupta Dougies - 1,458,069*
4. Constantin Killers - 1,322,928*
5. The Odyssey - 1,032,594*

Congratulations to everyone.  The Amazon Gift Card winners will be announced the week of March 8th.  

Stay tuned for more information about the next Mobile Health Team Challenge! 

03/01/2021: First Mobile Health Raffle Winner

Congratulations Rebecca Prince (Art Department)!  She is the winner of the First Mobile Health raffle and has won a pair of Apple AirPods.  Are you earning points to be entered into the next raffle? Earning points is easy. Login to the Mobile Health app to see how many points you have and to find out how you can earn more points for the next raffle.


Mobile Health - UD's official wellness app!

Your new hub for viewing your health benefits, wellness program, digital copies of your medical ID cards, personalized well-being information, and more!  You can access it on your desktop or on your smartphone through the Mobile Health app. Register here for Mobile Health.  

Wondr Health (formerly Naturally Slim)

UD's digital behavioral partner for weight loss and metabolic syndrome reversal.  The next class starts May 24, 2021.  Enrollment period - April 26, 2021 through May 9, 2021.

New Year, New You with Naturally Slim!


Electronically connected glucose monitor and blood pressure cuff.  Get free testing strips and lancets, free equipment, and health coaching with Livongo.  Register for Livongo at  

The Registration Code is TXHEALTH.

Livongo - 2021




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