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Best Practices: Incentive Design Strategies

Hayley Hines - in Column

Designing and launching incentives for a wellness program can be confusing and overwhelming. This information is provided to give employers an overview of the most common incentive strategies, the range of participation based on amount of incentive, and what’s…

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Advanced Analytics Methodology: Describe, Diagnose, Predict and Prescribe

Rabih Suki - in Focused

The spiraling cost of healthcare faced by our nation has reached more than $2 trillion and its inflationary pressures remain thus far unabated, outpacing all other categories of spending increase by many multiples. Within this vast number, healthcare w

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Healthcare for the Short Term

Mark Roberts - in Column, Focused

If you are an employer looking to provide health care options for those new workers still in their initial eligibility stage,

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What Does Your Perfect Wellness Program Look Like?

Greg Justice, MA - in Worksite Wellness

Is there one perfect wellness program that works for every company, every time? No, there is not. However,

Is Corporate Wellness Heading in the Right Direction?

Is Corporate Wellness Heading in the Right Direction?

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

Corporate Wellness is certainly heating up. It is creating a lot of “buzz” and attracting a lot of attention. The only problem for the industry currently is the economic recession which has made many employers