Spring Into Earning Rewards

It’s spring, and that means it’s time to get outdoors and shake off the winter blues—and get rewarded, your way, with the XL Catlin (part of the AXA XL Division) Staying Well Program!

As a reminder, in 2019, you can complete whatever healthy actions you want and earn the maximum amount ($450), meaning you no longer have to complete the health assessment as part of your rewards-earning activities.

See all the ways you can live well and get rewarded this year!

Practice Prevention

Getting preventive care is good for you—and your wallet. When you complete any of the following preventive care activities, you earn $50 per activity!

  • Annual physical
  • Annual OB/GYN exam
  • Mammogram
  • Cancer screening (colon, cervical, or prostate)

In order for your spouse or domestic partner to earn these rewards, they must be enrolled in an XL Catlin medical plan.

Manage Your Health

Get the support you need by taking advantage of Cigna’s coaching programs—and earn $50 in rewards for each completed activity.

With My Health Assistant, you can improve your nutrition, exercise for better health, work toward a healthier weight, and more. You can even manage stress and other conditions with Cigna’s help. 

Treat Yourself Well

XL Catlin gives you tools and resources to support you in treating yourself well. Whether you need orthopedic surgery or maternity support, you have a way to get it—and can earn rewards for taking action through the Staying Well Program.

  • Get your orthopedic, cardiac, and/or bariatric surgery at a Center of Excellence (COE) to earn $200 per activity
  • Consult with a maternity nurse and gain access to resources to prepare for a newborn (first trimester reward: $200, second trimester reward: $100)

The COE reward is only available to colleagues enrolled in an XL Catlin medical plan.

Get Started

Visit mycigna.com and click on My Health and then Incentives for Healthy Actions. After you’ve completed your activities, you can redeem your rewards for debit/gift cards, which are considered to be taxable income for the year in which they are redeemed. ​