Online Wellness Portal


The HealthQuest wellness portal is an online tool that supports you by offering health information and interactive tools for shared medical decision-making and better self-care.

You have access to the most up-to-date health & wellness information 24 hours a day to:

  • Schedule an appointment to attend a free Biometric Screening and receive current health information with a simple finger stick

  • Track your wellness credits received and HealthQuest rewards status

  • Participate in the online Health Assessment Questionnaire that will help you understand your current health status and give you personalized feedback on how to improve

  • Learn about your health needs and how to make wise health choices

  • Access NEW Virtual Coaching
    This personalized, online program is designed to help you take an active role in improving your health and quality of life. Start by picking a focus area then, set a goal, build your to-do list and get started! Focus areas, goals and to-do lists are based on your health assessment information, or you can choose to tailor the program to fit your needs. Weekly motivational email reminders help you stay on track. You'll also get customized meal plans, personalized fitness tools, tips to reduce stress and a final scorecard that measures your progress.

    To earn credit, you need to complete at least 1 to-do item per week for six weeks and a check-in assessment. You may set and work on several goals at one time, but only one to-do per week counts toward your completion of the program. Each program requires a minimum of six weeks to complete. Credits will be awarded on the portal automatically upon completion. A maximum of 15 credits can be earned for Virtual Coaching during the program year.

  • Participate in fun wellness challenges.

  • Participate in online seminars. A new one is offered each month and you have access to all previous seminars. Speakers are required.


    Take Charge of Your Time
    Reducing Diabetes Risk
    Eat Healthy Foods for Less!
    Changes at Home for Better Health
    How to Make Time to Get Active
    Getting Older, Staying Healthy
    Better Relationships for Lower Stress
    Antibiotics and Your Health
    The Latest on Food and Your Health
    Sleeping Well
    Living Without Tobacco
    Better Living: You Can Do It!

  • Find healthy recipes, medical resources and much more


Who is Eligible to Use The Portal?

  • Benefits eligible State and Non State employees who are enrolled in the State Employee Health Plan or who have waived coverage in the plan

  • Retirees and spouses who are enrolled in the State Employee Health Plan


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I did the healthy aging program online… a lot of common sense that we need to hear over and over and over again because even though we know this stuff, it is easy to disregard and/or forget.  One of the things that I really liked was on the week that the program focused on exercise there was the option to modify the program to meet my own personal restrictions.  I opted for a walking program and with my knees (and the weather) sometimes that is a challenge.  But instead of walking each day for 30 minutes, there was an option to walk for 7 minutes at a time and do 5 miles over the course of a week.  Doesn’t sound like much, but it was much less intimidating that thinking I had to walk for 30 minutes to get my exercise points and it allowed me to break in to a walking program that was do-able with my arthritis.  The program also gave some helpful hints on setting up an exercise corner in my living room so that it is a visible reminder to work with my exercise ball and hand weights.

I have signed up for the stress management program next and have already taken the preliminary survey things so next week I am ready to start that one.  I have started some counseling and my counselor told me that we would be digging up some stuff that would make me exhausted and irritable and stressed.  She also advised exercise and meditation periods to help deal with this stuff … I am looking forward to the Alere program to see how that will coordinate with what I am already doing.

Mary, Topeka

I have started a regular exercise program and diet after viewing the HealthQuest portal. I am participating in several of the online programs.
Hutchinson Correctional Facility Employee