Rewarding Health & Wellness Activity

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009
This post was written by Melanie Matthews

Early data from HIN 2009 Health & Wellness Incentive Survey:

  • Majority of respondents offer incentives, but strategies, items and eligibility differ by sector;
  • Amidst the usual cash and tokens, benefit-based incentives taking hold;
  • Under the heading of “unusual incentives,” one respondent offers a medical home;
  • Some going beyond participation to reward behavior change (e.g. weight loss) but many difficulties associated with that;
  • Economy straining program funding even while participation is up;
  • Suprising results in ROI measurement.
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