The Health Incentive community showcases the latest news and innovative trends employers use to reward their employee population to participate in a wellness program or for making healthier lifestyle choices.
It has become commonplace to discuss the decline in engagement and focus among the American workforce. Experts have examined numerous theories as to why engagement is on an alarming decline and suggested an abundance of ideas to solve this crisis.
The ACA will influence wellness programs beginning in 2014 — find out how employers have weighed in and how to design an optimal program.
With one month remaining until the Institute's FORUM East, gold sponsors InteliSpend and gBehavior have collaborated on part one of an excellent webcast series on wellness, incentives and driving behavior change. Attend FORUM East to see InteliSpend and gBehavior executives present "Five Chronic Wellness Program Problems and How to Beat
There is a growing movement to incorporate wellness incentive programs among companies, and an article from Forbes recently focused on this trend. On March 25, Zina Moukheiber mentions a study from Aon found that 83 percent of the 800 companies in the survey had some type of a wellness incentive
A new national survey of employer views on the use of employee health incentives (rewards) and disincentives (penalties), found that of those companies responding, 82 percent offer some form of incentives and/or disincentives. There is also a growing interest in outcomes-based incentive strategies (i.e. reaching
Beginning this spring, Tufts Health Plan will deliver a simple and configurable wellness solution to selected employers who are offering group fitness challenges to their employees. A branded web application through DailyEndorphin will allow Tufts Health Plan's clients to administer a variety of team fitness
Incentives—in the form of both rewards and consequences—are playing an increasingly important role in helping employers drive participation in health programs and encouraging employees to take actions to improve their health, according to new survey findings from Aon Hewitt, the global human resource solutions business
This Consensus Statement was prepared by a Joint Committee of the Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO), American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM), American Cancer Society (ACS) and American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACSCAN), American Diabetes Association, and American Heart Association (AHA). This
What a difference less than a year can make. Unlike the start of 2011, the Incentive Research Foundation’s (IRF) latest survey of incentive industry trends finds planners struggling with the effects of an economy caught in a slow recovery.
Reward-driven wellness programs are emerging as one of the most flexible and effective approaches to curb exploding health care costs.