ConXus Steps offers powerful self-management tools for participants to improve their health. Based on current and reliable research, ConXus Steps has earned Wellness and Health Promotion (WHP) 7 certification from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) five consecutive times.
Through small daily changes, participants gradually transform bad habits into good ones. ConXus Steps drives engagement by prompting participants to:
- Set realistic goals and overcome barriers
- Track progress toward each goal
- Identify people and organizations for consistent support
- Complete activities that earn them incentive points
Rigorously researched and expertly crafted, reports and tips appear in friendly language and are reviewed every 2 years. Supplemented with brief animated and expert-hosted videos from Healthwise®, lessons point participants toward gradual lifestyle change. All videos display closed captioning.
ConXus Steps automatically recommends a tool topic based on the participant’s health risks and readiness to change. Or participants may choose from a suite of topics. Clients configure recommendations and topic choices.
ConXus Steps self-management tools address today’s most common chronic conditions:
Easing current discomfort and preventing future injury while strengthening the back
Recognizing heart disease risks and learning how to lower them through heart-healthy choices
Managing moods, recognizing signs of depression, and learning where to find support
Learning the benefits of different types of activity and how to fit activity into a busy day
Controlling blood sugar with better lifestyle choices and stronger support networks
Preparing to quit, surviving quit day, and staying smoke-free
Recognizing diabetes risk factors and learning how to lower them through healthy lifestyle choices
Developing the skills to avoid risky drinking behaviors and to moderate drinking patterns
Promotes financial well-being by developing strategies for spending, saving, and protecting assets
Identifying stressors and taking control of stressful situations and feelings
Shopping for healthy options, preparing healthier meals, and making wise selections when eating out
Making healthier choices in eating habits and increasing the amount and intensity of physical activity
Reducing risks for complications through healthy behaviors and care providers’ support
Client administrators run self-service reports at the Administrator Portal. Reports showing participation and progress can be defined by service level, date range, and employer group or subgroup.