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Measuring Wellness: From Data to Insights
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Sept. 17, 2014
"[A recent survey explored] the extent to which employers use health-related employee data to guide the operation and outcomes measurement of US wellness programmes.... Key findings: [1] More matters than cost effectiveness: Wellness programmes can be part of a progressive HR strategy to make the organisation an employer of choice. [2] Better data collection is needed, but what to do with it? Employers struggle to interpret the data they have and they lack sufficient insights to assess key programme objectives. [3] Leading obstacles to participation in wellness programmes are insufficient time and privacy concerns, employees say."

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