State employees can still take Anthem’s HAT

Health assessment test can earn you $200 toward out-of-pocket medical costs

Just a reminder: Members covered by the state employee health benefit can still take advantage of Anthem’s Health Assessment Test (HAT). Once the test is completed, the member will receive $200 on an HRA debit card that can be used for out-of-pocket medical expenses.

The HAT is a confidential questionnaire that remains in place, despite the expiration of the Executive Branch contract. You can read more about the HAT, including step-by-step instructions, on the state’s website.

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