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February 3, 2015

One of the core debates about employer-sponsored wellness programs is what exactly constitutes a “voluntary” program, according to MobiHealthNews. While the EEOC works to develop a set of guidelines and regulations for corporate wellness, consumers vote overwhelmingly in favor of health guidance, incentives and rewards from their employer. (Pai, 2/2)

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February 3, 2015

Employees would engage more in a wellness plan that included true incentives, wrote benefitspro. Workers more apt to engage in a plan with rewards for hitting goals like maintaining ideal weight, or sticking to a drug regimen for addressing chronic diseases, and not smoking.

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February 1, 2015

This white paper explains why corporate Health & Wellness plans are under performing.   In many cases, they are not delivering ROI for companies.  Wellness plans are offered by more than 70 percent of businesses today, yet only 36% of people enrolled in a wellness program are engaged.  This document outlines the four keys to making a wellness program deliver a healthy ROI.

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January 30, 2015

Andrea Davis of Employee Benefit News writes that as the EEOC looks to issue guidance on wellness programs, a HealthMine survey reveals that employees want their employers’ involvement in health and wellness programs. Most consumers (71%) want employer help in the form of programs and guidelines for health management…

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January 27, 2015

BenfitsPro reports on health and wellness programs. Less than half (44 percent) of consumers who have a wellness plan say they actually participated in it for at least a year. Underscoring the fact that wellness programs can improve consumer engagement.

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January 27, 2015

DALLAS, Jan. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — HealthMine, Inc., the consumer engagement technology company that developed the industry’s first and only Personal Clinical Engagement (PCE) platform, announced that Family Health Hawaii will give its 8,000+ members access to the HealthMine™ platform. An innovative health insurance provider with one of the largest physician and provider networks in the state, Family Health Hawaii will now enable its members to early detect and manage conditions and measure preventive compliance and health improvement with HealthMine’s proven cloud-based solution. 

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