Health Counts—UMP's Rewards Program for Good Health Habits

Program Info

Note that you must have taken the General Health Assessment by the June 30, 2014 deadline to earn the $30 gift card. However, you will still earn 15,000 Rewards points for doing it July 1 through December 31, 2014.

Healthy Resources

Open to All Adult Enrollees!

Spouses and children ages 18 and older can earn gift cards too!

For questions about the gift cards, call Customer Service at 1-888-849-3681.

The Health Assessment described below is the same one you do to be eligible for the SmartHealth wellness incentive for 2015.

Health Counts is UMP's wellness program that offers you the tools, encouragement and rewards to help you improve or maintain your health. When you participate in Health Counts, you earn points and gift cards for engaging in healthy behaviors. Most of the activities and programs you can do are on your account, which is also where you report your progress.

New for 2014: Earn Health Counts points for participating in one of the new diabetes programs.

You can participate in more than 80 activities to earn points on your account, but Health Counts gives you bonus points for the following activities:

  • Exercising regularly
  • Quitting tobacco
  • Participating in online programs to help manage weight or chronic conditions
  • Getting connected with a primary care provider
  • Using health care cost and quality tools
  • Signing up for Regence's Wellness e-newsletter

Earn up to $85 in rewards in 2014!

You can earn up to $85 by participating in Health Counts on your account (if you completed the 2014 General Health Assessment by June 30, 2014). Important note: If you didn't redeem your gift card before the transition to on July 18, 2014, you will need to call Customer Service.

If you: You'll earn a reward valued at:
Take a health assessment The deadline for a $30 gift card for the assessment was June 30, 2014. After that date, you still can earn 15,000 points toward another reward.
Earn 40,000 points in 2014 $30
Earn 70,000 points in 2014 $25

There are more than 80 activities you can do on your account to earn points, but you earn additional Health Counts points if you complete some of the featured activities below.

Health Counts activities on Regence Rewards 
Health Counts Bonus Points Total Points
Take the General Health Assessment 5,000 10,000


(You automatically got a $30 gift card if you completed this by June 30, 2014. If after June 30, you still earn 15,000 points.

Identify your primary care provider on 2,500 12,500 15,000 (once per lifetime)
Enroll in the Quit for Life Smoking Cessation Program 0 15,000


(when you complete at least three calls with a coach)

Steps Log 250 per day you reach 10,000 steps

Participate in one of the many Wellness Workshops (from one to six weeks), even more than listed below.

  • Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
  • Healthy Aging
  • Arthritis
  • Understanding Back Pain
  • Exercise
  • Walking
  • Weight Management (Note: UMP does not cover weight loss services.)
  • Smoking Cessation (Note: Does not count to exempt you from the PEBB tobacco cessation premium surcharge.)
  • Diabetes Prevention (Note: Not the same as the NOT ME programs below.)
1,000 per week 1,000 x number of weeks of the chosen program
Use the Treatment Cost Estimator 500 500 1,000 per quarter
Sign up for the Wellness
500 1,500 2,000 one time
​Participate in the NOT ME Diabetes Prevention Program ​0 ​15,000 ​15,000 for at least 9 one-hour sessions
​Participate in the NOT ME Diabetes Control Program ​0 ​3,500 ​3,500 for each quarterly session with a pharmacist

Already have a account?

Log in to to view a complete list of activities and points.

Need a account? Here's how to register:

Have your member ID card handy and follow these steps:

  1. Go to
  2. Under New Member, click Register here.
  3. Complete the form. Login and click on the Wellness tools link.

While you're logged onto, check out other features such as access to your medical claims and the Treatment Cost Estimator. You can register on without participating in Health Counts; there are many benefits to having an account, including checking your claims and enhanced searching for preferred providers.