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IncentOne Builds More Client Flexibility, Employee Choices Into Its Health Incentive Solutions
Date:2/11/2008

Leader in integrated incentive solutions enhances health and productivity options

LYNDHURST, N.J., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- IncentOne announced significant enhancements to its Healthy Choice Award(TM) and Health Power(TM) technology-enabled incentive programs. The company also introduced a new Partner Administrative Site and self-service Express Set-Up Tool designed for use by health plans and vendors who want to deliver points and awards incentive solutions to smaller employers.

IncentOne is the leading provider of integrated incentive administration solutions. The company's Health and Productivity division combines the use of incentives with integrated technology solutions to drive engagement within population health management programs. IncentOne's technology platform and health incentive solutions are used by health plans, health partners and employers charged with reducing health care costs and increasing productivity through positive health behavior change.

"IncentOne does not just provide best-in-class incentive solutions," said IncentOne President Michael Dermer. "Our mission is to define the incentive solutions that set the standard for driving health behavior change. With the release of the latest versions of our incentive platforms, IncentOne will be providing its health and productivity customers with true innovation and integration."

The Health Power Solution is a fully integrated incentive program that allows participants to earn and accumulate "points" for completing multiple health activities. Points can then be redeemed from an extensive, customized reward portfolio. The Healthy Choice Award is an award-based incentive program that allows participants to earn awards for completing single health activities, such as health risk assessments. Awards can then be redeemed for their choice of rewards. New enhancements to these health solution platforms include:

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