WHA strives to provide our members with innovative ways that can help them lead healthy lifestyles.
Through Optum's Health Portal, you have 24/7 access to interactive health tools and trackers. You also have access to registered nurses through their nurse advice line.
Have a medical concern and not sure what to do?
WHA provides 24/7 access to a nurse advice line staffed with registered nurses through Nurse24. You can speak directly with a nurse at 877.793.3655 or use the Chat feature by logging into your MyWHA account and clicking the link to the right. Registered nurses are available to answer any of your health questions, including direct referrals to disease management nurses. Talk to a nurse for advice and information on:
- Symptoms you are experiencing
- Minor illnesses and injuries
- Chronic conditions
- Medical tests and medications
- Preventive care
- Prepare for doctor visits
Facing an important health decision?
Library & Decision Aids
Through our Healthy Living/MyWHA Wellness webpage, you have access to a wellness portal and a health library that provides information on a variety of topics. Also available is an interactive program known as Decision Aids. This tool guides you through important health decisions that combines medical information along with your personal values that help you to make informed decisions about medical tests, medicines, surgeries, and other treatments options.
Good health decisions can help you reduce costs while getting better care and take into account:
- The benefits of each option
- The risks of each option
- The costs of each option
- Your own needs and wants
Use the printable summary to help you talk to your doctor about the best health solution that fits your health care needs.
Additional Health Decision Resources
Choosing Wisely: Consumer Health Choices
The Choosing Wisely tool is part of a campaign that encourages conversations between patients and their doctors so that an informed decision on care can be made together. View patient friendly resources from specialty societies and consumer reports to help make good decisions about the most appropriate care for your individual situation.
Choosing Wisely is an initiative of the ABIM Foundation.
Last review date: July 21, 2020