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University faculty and staff can participate in the new Health Impact Program (HIP), an incentive based wellness program, to receive up to $200 through the engagement of various wellness activities. Visit to register for the HIP program.


Arizona State University Employees
Learn more about the wellness activities through the Employee Wellness Program. If  you have questions regarding wellness offerings at your campus, please contact [email protected].

When creating a HIP account, ASU employees must enter their 9-digit ASU Campus ID/Alternate ID#.  The number begins with 99 and is found on your paycheck directly under your name/employee ID.


University of Arizona Employees
Enroll in the HIP program and visit UA Life & Work Connections Employee Wellness and Health Promotion for information about UA Life & Work Connections classes and offerings that qualify for HIP points.  If you have questions regarding wellness offerings at your campus, please contact Jodi Charvoz at [email protected].

For instructions on how to access your Health Insurance ID, click here.

When creating a HIP account, UofA employees must enter their 9-digit Alternate Employee ID#.  This number can be found on UAccess on the Benefits Summary page.  If the number contains 10-digits and there are 00s in the middle of the number, remove one of the 0s and this is the nine digit number you need to register.


Northern Arizona University Employees
To create a HIP account, receive your EIN number by contacting the Benefit Services Division at 602-542-5008 or e-mail [email protected]



The State of Arizona is committed to helping you achieve your best health. Rewards for participating in a wellness program are available to all benefit eligible employees. If you think you might be unable to meet a standard for a reward under this wellness program, you might qualify for an opportunity to earn the same reward by different means. Contact us at [email protected] or 602-771-9355, and we will work with you to find a reasonable alternative to support your participation in the HIP program.