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New Survey Reveals How Much Employers Spend on Incentives for Health Management Programs
Date:6/26/2008

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Source: 2008 NAM, ERIC, IncentOne Survey of Major Employers, Use of Incentives

"The survey findings reveal that use of incentives among large employers is broad, but the science of incentives management is still evolving," said Michael Dermer, president and CEO of IncentOne. "Success in health and wellness programs will require employee engagement and motivation over time. That suggests a need for a combination of incentive design strategies and effective employee communication techniques that are tailored to a company and its employee culture."

NAM is the nation's largest industrial trade association, representing small, medium and large manufacturers in every industrial sector and in all 50 states. ERIC represents the nation's largest employers who provide comprehensive health, retirement, and compensation benefits to tens of millions of employees and their families. Together, NAM and ERIC represent more than 15 million total employees. The Web-based survey was sent to members of both organizations.

The survey was conducted to determine employer adoption of incentives for health and disease management programs, and to assess the nuances of incentives they are using: the types of incentives currently used, the programs they use them for and the amount they are paying. The survey also sought to understand employer expectations for program ROI and challenges employers faced in implementing and operating these programs.

To access the complete survey report, go to http://www.incentone.com/surveyresults

About the ERISA Industry Committee

The ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC) is the only organization dedicated exclusively to representing the employee benefits and compensation interests of America's major employers. Since 1976, ERIC has been preeminent in its effective lobbying and advocacy work in the nation's capitol on behalf of its me
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