The promotion rewards donors with a gift card to a retailer
Enter your Donor ID Number to begin the redemption process
You can complete a short online form to get your card
Knowing the good you’re doing is usually incentive enough to make a blood donation. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not nice to be rewarded for your good deeds! For example, some lucky donors will be receiving a $10 gift card for their efforts. If you’ve been prompted to visit bloodcenter.org/sunny to redeem a gift card, begin by entering your Donor ID number. Once you’ve enter the ID number, you can complete the rest of the form to submit your request for a gift card.
More on the Blood Center Summer 2019 Promotion
Gift cards are for either Amazon, Casey’s, Domino’s, or Dairy Queen
The promotion runs from May 27th, 2019 through September 8th, 2019
However, you can still place an order through September 15th, 2019
You’ll need to confirm where and what your donated to redeem a card
By the way, we should point out that some Dairy Queen locations don’t have card readers. Therefore, if you try to use a Dairy Queen gift card at one of these location, you’ll be turned down. Known locations that don’t accept gift cards are 2 Dairy Queens in Burlington, IA (off Roosevelt and of South Main) and 1 in Ottumwa, IA (off Albia Rd.).
Before you complete your submission, you can sign up to receive texts messages from the Blood Center about upcoming events and promotions. In order to opt in, simply click the Yes option located on the form (don’t want to miss out on another gift card!). Likewise, you can also allow the Blood Center to share your story by checking the Yes option located at the very bottom of the form.
The system is available in both English and Spanish
User support is available by phone and through email
Nowadays almost everything is easier done online. ESPECIALLY when it comes to watching something (streaming services, YouTube, etc.). For example, patients who are looking to begin an Emmi program can now do so over the web (as long as recent version of the Adobe Flash Player has been downloaded). In order to begin the process of watching a program, users must first go to the Start Emmi page. Once at the page, the user can enter their 11 digit access code along with a date of birth. After logging in, the user can watch the program and print out a summary (might as well have something tangible that can be used for future reference).
Thank you but what on earth is an Emmi program??
An online tools that helps patients understand complex medical information (much-needed)
Makes sense of medical issues by the use of conversational language (the way it should be)
A combination of voice, animation, and text helps to address a variety learning styles
Offers patients continued guidance after being released from care (ongoing support)
Emmi programs work with most mobile devices (smart phone and tablets are welcome!)
It should be pointed out that those who have yet to install the required software may be asked to do so (simple instructions to complete the download are provided). Additionally, it’s worth noting that it’s the patient’s responsibility to follow-up on any questions sent along to a healthcare provider (the providers are not be able to send email responses).
By the way, those who would rather gain access to an Emmi program in Spanish can do so by clicking the Español link posted beneath the login fields at the Start Emmi page (something not provided at Member Benefits Online). Further, users can click the Help link to review an incredibly detailed Frequently Asked Questions list. Meanwhile, those who don’t find what they looking for in the FAQs can try reaching out to customer support at 888-294-3664. Support can also be reached by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (sometimes the best inquiries are the ones that are well thought out and put in writing). Finally, Business-related inquiries for Emmi Solutions’ can be directed to the company’s corporate offices in Chicago, IL.
New users can create a wellness program account online
Existing users can login with a username and password
A growing trend in corporate America is for companies to offer employee wellness programs as part of the overall benefits package. For example, Bed Bath & Beyond is following this trend by offering its employees the StayWell program. In order to enter an account, the employee go to the BBBY Stay Well login page and enter a username and password before clicking the Sign In button. However, first time wellness program participants must first enter a name, date of birth, and Horizon ID to register an account. Additionally, a first name, date of birth, and Horizon ID can also be used to recover a lost or forgotten username or password .
The Meat and Potatoes of the BBBY StayWell Program
Employee family members who are eligible for the program will need to create their own account
Family members may not use the login information of the employee that owns the account (sorry)
Those who have disabilities or special needs can try contacting the StayWell help line (toll-free!)
Information provided to the program is kept secure through use of the Secure Socket Layer protocol
Employees with questions about the StayWell program can call toll-free to speak with a trained health coach who can answer questions regarding health assessment completion, health assessment results, and technical issues. Those who call after hours can leave a voicemail that will be returned the following business day. Please note that the line is open Monday through Thursday from 8 AM to 8 PM CST, Fridays from 8 AM to 6 PM CST, and Saturdays from 8 AM to 1 PM CST.
In addition to calling for help, users can also review the FAQs posted at the bottom of the login page. Once the FAQs appear, the user can review a variety of information such which browsers to use and how to recover an account (just the tip of the iceberg as far as how much information is available in the FAQs).
Anyone who has ever filed a claim knows the waiting game is one of the the most annoying aspects of the process. Members Insurance & Investments appears to understand this pain point as shown by the ease of which customers can find out what is going on through the Members Products Claim Status page. To get started, customers will first need to choose whether they want to complete their search using a claim number or account number. Those who use an account number will need to enter it in the appropriate search field along with a last name and date of birth. Customers who choose to search using a claim number will only need to enter a date of birth (in addition to the claim number). Once the required information has been entered users will need to hit the Search button located in the middle of the Members Products Claim Status page.
A Few Things To be Aware of When Filing a Claim
“Actively at Work” is the number of hours an insured must work in order to be covered for protection (as outlined in contract or insurance certificate)
“Waiting Period” is the total amount of days members must wait before being eligible to receive benefits (typically anywhere between 14 and 30 days)
“Pre-Existing” conditions are health problems that have been treated before the effective date of protection or before disbursement of money on a loan
Those who have more than one account or claim can add additional search fields by clicking the appropriate links provided at the Members Products Claim Status page. Customers who have additional questions regarding the claim process can make contact by phone, email, mail, or facsimile.
It’s no secret that employees have come to expect easy online access to their benefit programs. Those who are employed by American Medical Response will likely have their expectations met or exceeded when it comes to benefits access thanks to the Take Care Take Charge portal. Employees can gain easy access to the online portal in a matter of seconds with just a few point and clicks by logging in with a username and password. Those who have yet to sign up can begin the Take Care Take Charge portal registration process by entering a Company Key, SSN, and date of birth (see the below sample).
A Quick Overview of American Medical Response
The company has trained more than 350,000 people in compression-only CPR (impressive)
American Medical Response has 12 fixed wing aircrafts available across the United States
It’s fleet of 6,275 vehicles drives the equivalent of 84 round trips across the country per day
The company operates 67 communication centers and has a National Disaster Command Center
New hires can learn more about their benefits by clicking the New Hires tab posted at the top of the portal. In addition to the new hire information, the portal also provides information on the basics of enrollment. Users can review basic information about enrollment by clicking the Enrollment Basics link.
Employees who have forgotten their Employee ID or password can begin the account recovery process by clicking the link found below the login fields. Those who have questions can call Take Care Take Charge One Exchange Service Center from 8 AM to 7 PM Eastern time Monday through Friday.