More plans test patient incentives/disincentives

Elswick, Jill
October 2002
Employee Benefit News;Oct2002, Vol. 16 Issue 13, p59
Discusses the need for companies to engage consumers in employer-sponsored health plans. Increase in the percentage of companies offering financial incentive and disincentive programs in their health plan; Strategy of Johnson & Johnson to encourage participation in health initiatives; Recommended legal advice regarding health incentive or disincentive program.


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