To help address the issues related to chronic health concerns such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, excess weight, high blood pressure, and arthritis, the University of Pittsburgh is offering a new wellness opportunity called Pivio, the Complete Health Improvement Program.
All full- and part-time regular faculty and staff with UPMC Health Plan coverage that meet certain health criteria are eligible for the program. Interested participants will meet with a UPMC Health Coach prior to the start of the program for program onboarding and review. There is no cost to participate in the program.
Pivio is a proven lifestyle education program that focuses on plant-based eating, physical activity, stress reduction, mindfulness training, and positive psychology. The program helps individuals make positive health changes that lead to reduced medication use, weight loss, and improved cholesterol and blood glucose levels. Learn more about Pivio and how it works.
Upon completion of the Pivio program, participants will receive:
Knowledge and skills to develop long-term healthy habits
One year access to Pivio online education materials and resources
Up to $100 in Health Incentive Account rewards
The next Pivio class, which consists of 18 remote sessions over 12 weeks, will be offered from Feb. 13 through May 4, 2023 from noon to 1 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays. Deadline to sign up for the program is Jan. 30, 2023
Learn more about Pivio at an upcoming virtual information session from noon to 1 p.m. Jan. 5 or 9 . Those interested in attending an information session about the program can register through MyHealth Online via Pitt Passport (select the menu button, then select "Better Health and Wellness," and then select "Wellness Event Registration") or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Space is limited for the program; reserve your spot today. For questions or enrollment information, please email email@example.com.