Employers eye higher incentive limits for wellness programs

12/17/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Employers may add more wellness program penalties and rewards linked to health indicators in 2014, as federal law increases the limits for employee incentives from 20% of total premiums to 30%, according to benefits experts. Susan Nash of McDermott Will & Emery says some employers already are close to current limits and raising the ceiling will mean workers will need to "take their own health care into accountability."

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