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Living with an ongoing condition? Sign up now for the Care Program to receive your $100 reward before it expires!

Living with an ongoing health condition can be a lifelong challenge. The daily obstacles, obligations, and frustrations may even lead you to make counter-productive decisions regarding your health. But you know it’s important to manage these conditions—while still maintaining your quality of life. 

If any of this sounds familiar, we may have just the program for you. Sign up for Kairos’s ongoing care condition program through UMR before October 31 and you’ll receive a free $100 reward card!

Let us tell you a little more about this program:

What does the program require?

You’ll be invited to participate in a series of one-on-one calls with a UMR care nurse. These registered nurses will help motivate and guide you in taking actions to control your physical symptoms and improve your mental and emotional health. This includes following your doctor’s advice and addressing any unhealthy habits that might be holding you back. After completing your coaching sessions, you may receive periodic phone calls and informational materials to help you stick with your new, healthier habits.

This program is voluntary and doesn’t cost anything. It just requires some participation and follow-through on your part. But you know your health is worth it!

How do I know if I qualify?

  • You must be enrolled in the Kairos medical plan.
  • You must have one or more of the ongoing conditions* listed below:
    • Diabetes (types I and II)
    • Asthma
    • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
    • Coronary artery disease
    • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
    • Depression
    • Heart failure

*Starting 1/1, we’re adding more conditions to the program, plus a mobile app. Stay tuned!

How do I enroll?

Call UMR at 866.575.2540 before October 31 to receive the free $100 reward. (Yes, you can enroll after that, but we don’t want you to miss out on this offer.)


It’s that simple to take a few steps to better manage your health and your quality of life. You’ll be glad you did!