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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Track: Wellness View Track


Missy Jaeger, Senior Director of Health Management Consulting, WEBMD HEALTH SERVICES

In the early stages of health management programs, incentives and rewards typically focused on participation. Participation-based incentives are an effective way to get people engaged initially in a health program, but don’t always set the stage for sustained behavior change. As incentive design further evolves, many organizations first began providing rewards based on engagement — e.g., completion of an action demonstrating an effort at behavior change — and some are now considering outcomes-based rewards as the next phase of their incentives strategy. Outcomesbased rewards take into account rewarding individuals for achieving or maintaining a certain health standard. Join WebMD Health Services to learn more about outcomes-based rewards designs, and what organizations should consider before implementing them with their population.

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