2019 Health and Benefits Fair for Free Flu Shots, Posture Screenings, and Mini-Massages

Illinois Tech will host the annual Health & Benefits Fair to kick off Open Enrollment on Thursday, October 31 from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. in the Hermann Hall Ballroom. With Open Enrollment beginning Friday, November 1, this is your chance to meet with Illinois Tech’s benefits vendors and get all of your questions answered before making your 2020 benefit decisions.

This year’s fair will be better than ever, with Passport Health providing flu shots (click here to sign up), and Chiro One/Medulla Health providing free spine & posture screenings (click here to register), as well as free mini-massages (sign up here). KIND Snacks will provide tasty goodies, and most of our vendors will have great giveaways in addition to some fantastic raffle prizes.

In addition to those already mentioned, participating vendors include:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Delta Dental
  • EyeMed
  • Dearborn National (Life and Disability Insurance)
  • WageWorks (Flexible Spending & Commuter Programs)
  • Corporate America Credit Union
  • Fidelity
  • TIAA
  • Aligned Modern Health
  • Cancer Treatment Centers of America
  • Advocate Aurora Health
  • Profile Plan
  • Divvy Bikes

Coming up after the fair:

Open Enrollment: November 1–15.  Changes effective January 1, 2020. Watch for additional information and a meeting schedule in Illinois Tech Today on approximately October 24.

Free Biometric Health Screenings: Catapult Health will again offer free biometric health screenings for faculty and staff covered under Illinois Tech’s medical plans*.  Events will take place on Tuesday, November 5, and Thursday, November 14, in the MTCC Blue/Gold/Brown rooms. Advance registration is required. Reserve your spot here. Additional information and registration instructions will also be available at the fair on Thursday, October 31.

*Please note that individuals’ personal and medical information is kept strictly confidential between the individual and Catapult Health. Illinois Tech does not have access to individuals’ results. The requirement that participants be covered under the university’s health plans is solely for billing purposes.