Human Resources has announced a Center for Healthy Living Telehealth Pilot Program, powered by One to One Health, which begins Feb. 1.
The pilot program, which focuses on virtual care via text, phone and video, supports the physical health and financial wellness pillars of the Healthy Boiler Program and is a means to expand medical care to the Purdue community.
Benefits-eligible employees and spouses covered on a Purdue medical plan may be contacted to participate in the pilot program.
Those selected to participate will receive an invitation email notifying them of the opportunity to engage. After receiving the notification email, selected participants will then receive a HIPAA-compliant text sent from 765-705-0584. A reply to that text indicates interest in participating in the pilot program, which will be offered at no charge to members.
After the six-month pilot, program results will be reviewed and considered for offering to all benefits-eligible employees and dependents covered on a Purdue medical plan.
Questions about the pilot program can be directed to the CHL at 754-494-0111.
Purdue’s Center for Healthy Living clinics on the West Lafayette campus and Purdue Northwest campus are managed by One to One Health.