HealthQuest - State of Kansas Health &
HealthQuest Philosophy: "You, the individual, can do more for your health and well-being than any doctor, any hospital, any drug, and any exotic medical device." Joseph Califano
Mission: To partner with employees to improve their health and well-being and to better manage health care costs.
The toll-free telephone number for HealthQuest programs is 1-888-275-1205.
Phone Options & Hours of Operation
HEALTHQUEST REWARDS PROGRAM
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Health & Wellness Services
- 24/7 Nurse Line
- Health Coaching
- Condition Management Programs
- Tobacco Cessation
- Biometric Screenings
- Health Assessment Questionnaire
- Online Wellness Portal
- Wellness Challenges
- Wellness Champion Network - Join Now!
- Who is Eligible to Participate in these Programs?
- Helpful Documents & Resources
Call 1-888-275-1205 (to register for programs)
TTY for Tobacco Cessation 1-877-777-6534
TDD/TT for EAP 1-800-766-3777
TTY for all other programs 1-888-277-1543
How to use TTY/TDD |
Full list of phone options & hours of operation |
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - formerly called LIFELINE
- What is the EAP?
- Personal Counseling and Referrals (Confidential, Free, 24/7)
- Life Coaching Services
- Webinar Series – NEW for 2014!
- EAP FAQs
HealthQuest Wellness Blog
Health & Wellness Links
- Health & Wellness Resource Links
- Health Organizations
- Online Health Calculators & Tools
- Health & Wellness Handouts
HealthQuest is jointly administered by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment/Division of Health Care Finance and the Kansas State Employees Health Care Commission.
HealthQuest services are provided as part of your State of Kansas Health Plan Benefits.
Privacy Statement: The State Employee Health Plan is committed to ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of our members' Protected Health Information (PHI). Any information gathered during a health screening, Personal Health Assessment or any other HealthQuest service is considered PHI and is treated in accordance with our strict confidentiality policies and federal and state laws designed to maintain privacy, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).