Health and Wellness Incentives: Positioning for Outcome-Based Rewards

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Health and Wellness Incentives: Positioning for Outcome-Based Rewards

  • Webinar, $99; Regularly $149
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Monday, February 4, 2013 • 1:30-2:15 p.m. Eastern
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Health and Wellness Incentives: Positioning for Outcome-Based Incentives

Outcome-based incentives are a valuable and important tool to encourage health behavior change and results among a defined population. However, with the growing trend toward outcome-based incentives, the incentive structure needs to balance this motivation with the sustainability of a program and regulatory requirements.

In its "2012 Health Care Changes Ahead Survey Report," Towers Watson reports growing interest in outcomes-based wellness plans. Some 25 percent of employers rewarded incentives based on biometric outcomes in 2011 and an additional 9 percent reported that they planned on rewarding incentives based on biometric outcomes in 2012. Moreover, 48 percent reported considering this approach for 2013 or 2014.

During Health and Wellness Incentives: Positioning for Outcome-Based Rewards, a February 4, 2013 webinar at 1:30 p.m. Eastern, John Riedel, president, Riedel & Associates Consultants, Inc., will share the key strategies in sustaining a health and wellness incentive program and moving toward outcome-based results.

  • How to build an outcome-based incentive structure into a value-based benefit design;
  • The key differences between incentives for an initial health behavior change versus a sustained behavior change;
  • The trade-off between intrinsic and extrinsic incentives;
  • How to engage participants in an incentive program; and
  • Complying with regulatory requirements that govern incentive programs, particularly when outcome-based initiatives are implemented.

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Join us on February 4th as John Riedel shares how incentive programs can be structured to support outcomes-based results.

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Sincerely,

Melanie Matthews
Executive Vice President
The Healthcare Intelligence Network