Value-based employee health plans focus on prevention

12/21/2011 | National Underwriter Life & Health

Value-based insurance plans that use incentives to encourage employees to get preventive care and adopt healthy lifestyles can help companies reduce costs for cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity, says Janice Rahm of SeeChange Health Solutions in San Francisco. She says this type of health plan is moving the approach to health care away from treating costly diseases and toward preventing them.

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