DTE Energy is committed to your wellbeing and to providing you creative and interactive ways to manage your health. Asset Health allows you to take a more direct and active role in the successful management of your most important asset -- your health!
By taking advantage of interactive, online courses, you and your family can take a big step towards the successful management of your health, health care and health care security. There are 10 courses offered covering a variety of health and benefits-related topics. Each course takes only 15 to 20 minutes to complete, including a short test at the end. The courses include the following:
- Managing Stress
- Protecting my Back from Injury
- Managing my Cholesterol
- A Guide to Women’s Health
- A Guide to Men’s Health
- My Pharmacy Care
- Health Care Delivery Options
- My Primary Care Physician
- Understanding Self-Insurance
- Understanding Reimbursement Account Debit Cards
Asset Health is available to all DTE Energy employees, pre-65 retirees, and post-65 retirees. You can also create a separate account for a spouse or dependent by clicking on the My Settings tab, then Dependent Registration when you login to the Asset Health website.
DTE Energy employees and spouses can also earn 25 Quarterly Health Engagement Drawing entries or 25 Energize Your Life Activity Credits for completing a course and scoring at least a 70% on the test at the end. Credits can be earned for each course completed, up to four (4) courses per year.
To access the website, DTE Energy employees and pre-65 retirees should visit www.redbrickhealth.com/login and click on Health Map, then More Healthy Activities.
Post-65 retirees should visit www.assethealth.com/dte. To register for the first time use the following credentials:
Username: This is the first initial of your first name and your full last name, with no spaces or titles (Jr., Sr., II, etc.). For example, John Smith would be jsmith, and John Smith Jr. would be jsmith.
Password: This is your date of birth in MMDDYYYY format. A date of birth of April 19, 1965 would be entered as 04191965.
Once you've logged in, you may view a demo for more information or dive right in to a course that's relevant to you.
If you have questions about Asset Health you can submit a question by clicking on Support in the upper right hand corner of the Asset Health website, or you can send an e-mail directly to firstname.lastname@example.org