This Week's Challenge: Financial and benefits-based incentives are used to promote participation in health and wellness programs. We wanted to see which health improvement programs have shown the most positive response to incentives. Click here to view a printable version of the chart.
What We Learned: The Healthcare Intelligence Network 2010 Health & Wellness Incentives e-survey captured the latest trends in health and wellness incentives from 139 organizations. Almost two-thirds of survey respondents 63 percent offer health and wellness incentives for participation in health promotion programs. The top five programs that have shown the most positive response to incentives are:
HRA completion: 32 percent
Weight management: 14 percent
Preventive screening: 13 percent
Onsite wellness or exercise: 13 percent
Disease management: 11 percent
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Excerpted from Benchmarks in Health & Wellness Incentives, 2010 Edition, a 60-page special report packed with actionable new data on incentives activity, including the growing trends toward integrating incentives with health benefits and financial penalties for individuals with certain health risks. This resource provides the latest metrics on the prevalence of incentives, favored incentive types, the population health management activities most often incentivized, identification and eligibility of recipients, and incentive program challenges, measurement tools, results and ROI, illustrated with more than 40 easy-to-follow graphs and tables.