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IncentOne Launches Personal Choice Rewards™ Innovative New Rewards Program
Date:9/5/2013

Lyndhurst, NJ (PRWEB) September 05, 2013

IncentOne, the leading provider of incentive solutions to the healthcare community, has announced an innovative, first of its kind program that enables health plans, employers, brokers, communities and charities to offer up to $5,000 in free rewards per individual as part of their health programs. Rewards may be tied to any health related behavior such as participation, outcomes, consumer behaviors, utilization or education. The program is being launched through IncentOne’s partnership with International Cruise & Excursions, Inc. (ICE), a global leader in membership and loyalty rewards programs.

Personal Choice Rewards is a program that will enable clients to differentiate themselves as well as create consumer value tied to their brand or health management initiative to drive cost savings, retention and loyalty. The program can be used as a complement or alternative to any funded rewards program. With IncentOne’s Personal Choice Rewards, clients can target specific population segments (e.g., individually insured), or total populations.

“We are pleased to be collaborating with ICE to offer this first of its kind rewards program in the healthcare industry,” says Jonah Gitlitz, Vice President, Strategic Account Management at IncentOne. “Personal Choice Rewards is a way for healthcare payers to leverage rewards that have no cost to drive health engagement, loyalty, retention and differentiation.”

“The partnership with IncentOne provides ICE with an exciting platform to deliver our innovative travel benefits. We are looking forward to extending significant savings opportunities to IncentOne’s partners and their customers,” says Ross Crowder, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Product Development at ICE.

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