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IncentOne Launches Consulting Practice
Date:2/24/2009

Leverages Expertise in Health Incentive Programs

LYNDHURST, N.J., Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- IncentOne, the leading provider of technology incentive solutions to the health care industry, announced today that they have formed a specialized consulting practice to serve the industry in the area of incentive program strategy, design, execution and performance.

IncentOne's team of seasoned health and productivity professionals have long been dedicated to helping Fortune 500 clients, design, manage and implement successful health incentive programs. IncentOne has built a base of knowledge and data on the unique issues involved in incentive program administration. As a result of this extensive experience, IncentOne will now offer guidance on a consultative basis on best practices across all areas of incentive program strategy and management. From early program design to legal and tax compliance and data management, IncentOne will provide guidance throughout the process.

"IncentOne has been a great partner in guiding the development of our online incentive tracking solution. Their expertise in the health incentive industry was invaluable as we developed the program and put measures in place to maximize participation," stated Jennifer Gleckman, Director, Clarian Healthy Results, Clarian Health.

Research done by Price Waterhouse Coopers has indicated that over 84% of CEOs see incentives as the most promising tool in reducing healthcare costs. It is well accepted that incentives must be a part of any effective cost reduction program. With properly executed incentive strategies, employers, health plans and governments can use incentives to drive healthy behavior, reduce their costs and positively impact ROI. IncentOne's consulting practice will enable customers to leverage their knowledge base regardless of whether they are in early or late stages of their incentive roadmap.

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