Motivation and engagement tools

Well-being is always better when you can incorporate convenience, fun and rewards. Stay engaged with these HealthyBlue tools—located in the Online Member Services portal.

Mobile app 

Users can access the best of our online wellness center from a mobile device using the Wellness at Your Side (WAYS) app.

Wellness challenges

Fun in numbers! Challenges with like-minded people get users talking about progress and helps make well-being a natural part of one's life. The mobile app makes it easy to track and upload activities anytime, anywhere—and stay one step ahead of the “competition.”

WebMD content

There’s no shortage of online health and well-being information, but who has time to sift through it all? And how do you know if it’s trustworthy? WebMD takes user input and preferences and does the upfront work, delivering clinically backed and easy-to-understand content that can help users meet their goals.

Daily Habits Plans

Using a scientific behavioral change methodology, Daily Habits Plans help users form and maintain long lasing habits to achieve well-being goals. Plans focus on both lifestyle and habits as well as chronic condition management.


Offer employees an incentive to reach their fitness goals. With HealthyBlue rewards, users earn points for reaching certain outcomes, such as losing weight, quitting smoking, or achieving fitness or activity goals. Users can then exchange points for cash gift cards.

View and redeem points

Users can check their point balance and progress toward their next reward level within HealthyBlue located in their online Member Services account.

Health Club Credit

If you offer rewards, employees earn points for working out. Once enrolled, 2,700 points (a $27 value) will go into a user's HealthyBlue rewards account each month they work out at a participating health club.

* Rewards, when received as part of an employer’s benefit offerings, are considered “wages” and are subject to federal income taxes, FICA taxes (Social Security and Medicare), federal unemployment taxes and W-2 reporting requirements.