Sea Girt NJ USA -- January 23, 2013: 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.
The conference will cover:
- 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.
For more information or to register, please contact HIN at 888-446-3530 or visit:
Join us on February 4th as John Riedel shares how incentive programs can be structured to support outcomes-based results.
Who Will Benefit?
CEOs, medical directors, wellness professionals, human resources professionals, disease management directors, managers and coordinators, health plan executives, care management nurses, business development executives and strategic planning directors.
Submit Your Questions:
You are invited to submit your questions in advance of the program to ensure that your questions are answered. Please e-mail your questions to
firstname.lastname@example.org. We will attempt to answer your questions during the conference. However, time constraints limit the number of questions that can be answered during the live Q&A so be sure to get your questions in early.
Team-Wide Training at Its Best (and most cost- and time-efficient).
Gather your team around the table on January 23rd for one low single-participant price. You can "attend" this program right in your office and enjoy significant savings – no travel time or hassle; no hotel expenses. It’s so convenient! Invite your staff members to participate.
Your registration fee covers one webinar login and one telephone line from your site. Include as many individuals from your organization as you wish - there is no additional charge. Gather in a conference room and use a speakerphone.
Program materials, the call access number and links for the presentation files will be provided before the program date via e-mail.
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