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Wellness Programs and the Challenge of Pinning Down ROI
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Sept. 16, 2014
"[By] 2017 as many as 76 percent of employers could have outcome-based incentives programs in place ... Today, 18 percent of respondents already have them in place, ten percent plan to implement them in 2015, and 48 percent are considering them for either 2016 or 2017.... [L]ess than half of employers surveyed describe any specific aspect of their health and productivity programs as successful. Employers report little success in achieving goals such as lower cost, fewer employee sick days, and reduced chronic disease and lifestyle-related risks in employee and dependent populations."

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