PAYING FOR PARTICIPATION: MEASURING THE RESULTS
Gordian Health Solutions, January 16, 2006
Pay for performance? Sure. But participation yields the payoff in population health management. Smart companies lower claims costs by offering the right incentives to increase participation. But offering incentives alone, without measuring the results of your efforts, provides little to justify the return on investment in the commercial application of health promotion and disease management. "Paying for Participation: Measuring the Results" Benefits-integrated incentives give health, lifestyle and disease management enrollment a shot in the arm . . . Visit www.gordian-health.com for more information.
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