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IncentOne's Sue Lewis brings "The Art and Science of Incentive Management" to AHIP Business Forum
Date:10/23/2007

Co-presenter Cydney Kilduff of Kellogg Company will present case study

LYNDHURST, N.J., Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- An array of recent studies confirm that employers view incentives as a critical component of successful population health management programs. Key elements to look for in an incentive management program will be the focus of "The Art and Science of Incentive Management," to be presented at AHIP's 2007 Business Forum, November 12-14 at the Renaissance Chicago Hotel.

Sue Lewis, IncentOne's senior vice president of health and productivity solutions, will bring her expertise to an in-depth discussion of the science of incentives and the seven factors for health incentive program design. IncentOne is the leading provider of integrated incentive administration solutions.

Lewis will be joined by Cydney Kilduff, associate director of work life benefits for Kellogg Company, who will present a case study on the use of incentives with Kellogg's population health management program.

"Many programs are using incentives and demonstrating great success in participation and outcomes," Lewis said. "But experience in the design of these programs teaches us that every company culture is different and incentive design should reflect company culture. A cookie-cutter approach simply won't provide optimal participation and program outcomes."

"The Art and Science of Incentive Management" will be presented Tuesday, November 13th at 2:15 p.m. For more information or to register for the 2007 Business Forum, go to HYPERLINK "http://www.ahip.org/links/businessforum2007" http://www.ahip.org/links/businessforum2007.

About IncentOne

IncentOne provides integrated incentive solutions to employers, from small businesses to the FORTUNE(R) 500, including half of the FORTUNE(R) 50. IncentOne's technology solutions provide the tools to drive health care cost reduction and productivity improvement. Read its recent issue brief, The Art and Science of Health Incentives, at HYPERLINK "http://www.IncentOne.com/IssueBrief" http://www.IncentOne.com/IssueBrief. For more information, please visit HYPERLINK "http://www.IncentOne.com/" http://www.IncentOne.com.


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