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Don’t forget: Connect with a Care Guide and qualify for a donation to the Children’s Miracle Network!

As 2020 nears its end (thank goodness!), Asante is bringing together two important things: Your family’s health and the season of giving.

A friendly reminder that there’s still time to connect with a Journi Care Guide to qualify for a donation to the Children’s Miracle Network.*

Journi Care Guides are real people, available to address your health care concerns 24/7. They listen, track down answers and are happy to take time-consuming tasks off your plate (like calling your insurance and provider to double-check a strange-looking bill). Whether you have one question or many, Care Guides will stay with you until you get the answers you need.

Connecting with a Care Guide is an easy way to get to know the Journi platform and learn how they can help you manage your family’s health care needs.

 How to participate

  1. Get the app. Download Journi via the App Store or Google Play. Register using the invitation code. Watch a quick video on how to connect in the app.
  2. Connect with a Care Guide. Chat via the app or call (855) 895-1158. Ask any health care questions you have—or just connect to say hello and learn how they can support you.
  3. Share with your family. Any eligible plan members who participate will also earn a donation!

Be sure to connect by Dec. 24 to qualify for a donation. All contacts received by Asante will be tallied up and a donation will go toward supporting the Children’s Miracle Network. Let’s make this donation count!

If you have any questions, please email the Asante Benefits department or call (541) 789-4551. You can also submit a case in the Ask HR section of myHR.

*Campaign ends Dec. 24, 2020. Donation for Children’s Miracle Network of $5 per person; you must download and register for Journi and contact a Care Guide to be eligible.

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