Incentives, necessary for ROI in disease management

Carlson, Leah
November 2004
Employee Benefit News;Nov2004, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p30
Discusses the advantages of integrating incentives with disease management programs for an organization. Results of the incorporation of incentives with disease management programs by lending firm Household International; Factors to consider in promoting employee participation in disease management programs; Steps to implementing disease management programs with incentives.


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