Health reform is a big test for behavioral economics

05/10/2010 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

The health reform law is expected to demonstrate the concept of how behaviors and emotions influence economic choices. Employers already apply behavioral economics by using wellness programs and incentives for employees to lead healthy lifestyles, and they will get additional financial help for those efforts under the new law.

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