Wellness Incentives: Untangling the Controversies

  For a downloadable and sharable guide of the report below, follow this link       A 2014 study by Fidelity Investments and the National Business Group on Health reported that employers planned to increase incentive budgets for employee wellness programs by 15% compared with 2013. Moreover, the study reported that incentive spending more … Read moreWellness Incentives: Untangling the Controversies

Study Identifies Avoidable Health Spending

A recent study found Heart disease is the most expensive illness in the US at nearly $150 billion annually. Heart disease and other preventable conditions are responsible for significantly driving up health costs. The study was performed by Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Other costly condition opportunities include mood disorders … Read moreStudy Identifies Avoidable Health Spending

>