Benchmarks in Health & Wellness Incentives:
Second Volume in a Best-Selling Benchmarking Series

Whether they take the form of gift cards, gym memberships, benefit premium reductions
or a lump sum payment, incentives are having a significant impact on healthcare costs
and utilization, risk factor reduction and employee productivity. And in spite of a faltering
economy — and in many cases because of it — companies are so encouraged by these
results that they have no plans to cut and in many cases will increase incentives to
encourage participation in health promotion efforts.

These trends, as well as advice and case studies in incentives use, are documented in
Benchmarks in Health & Wellness Incentives: Utilization and Effectiveness Data
to Drive Health Promotion, Compliance and ROI
.

Get actionable data on incentives that motivate and engage individuals in health programs.

Benchmarks in Health & Wellness Incentives: Utilization and Effectiveness Data to
Drive Health Promotion, Compliance and ROI
is the one-of-a-kind resource healthcare
payors and purchasers can use to evaluate their incentives offerings and benefit from
colleagues' experiences and advice.

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Benchmarks in Health & Wellness Incentives: Utilization and Effectiveness Data to Drive Health Promotion, Compliance and ROI
This exclusive 40-page report analyzes the responses of
healthcare organizations to HIN's 2009 Health and Wellness
Incentives Utilization Survey, presenting the data in
easy-to-follow graphs and tables. This industry snapshot
is enhanced by recommendations and advice from 25 thought
leaders in health and wellness promotion, including two
researchers in health promotion and behavior change from
Stanford University, the birthplace of the Stanford Health
and Lifestyle Assessment (SHALA). Four case studies of
successful health incentives programs — including the Mayo
Clinic Rewards Point Program for long-term and repeat
participation — round out this resource.

Get answers to the most common questions surrounding incentives use — from the best
kinds of incentives to offer to strategies for measuring their effectiveness to the legal,
confidentiality and tax issues you need to consider before rewarding your population for
health and wellness activities.

Benefit from thought leaders' advice and recommendations on:

and much more, including expanded data from the HIN 2009 Health and Wellness
Incentives Utilization Survey on the use of incentives and rewards in the
healthcare industry, resulting in data on:

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The first title in HIN's Benchmarking series is Health Coaching Benchmarks: Operations
and Performance Data for Optimal Program ROI and Participant Health Status,
which
taps 15 leading experts in health coaching for recommendations and advice on the
most common coaching questions, from call center staffing and operation to preferred
models of behavior change. For more information on this volume of the benchmarking
series, please visit:
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Sincerely,

Melanie Matthews
Executive Vice President
The Healthcare Intelligence Network