Companies need wellness incentives that change behaviors

06/4/2013 | Atlantic online, The

Employers find that smart use of wellness incentives can change employee behaviors and lead to better outcomes and lower health costs. When the state of Oregon switched from penalties for not completing health risk assessments to rewards for doing so, 7% more employees complied with the program.

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