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Health Reward Stat of the Day – October 2

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According to the 22-page report, “Measuring Wellness, From Data to Insights,” by The Economist Intelligence Unit, a research arm of U.K.-based Economist magazine, when employees were asked  “Do you agree or disagree with the following statements about your willingness to share personal health data as part of your employer’s wellness program?“, employees responded as follows:

  • I have no hesitation in sharing personal health data without conditions

Agree – 38% – Disagree -53% – Don’t Know – 9%

  • I would share this information with my employer provided that I received some financial or material incentive

Agree – 51% – Disagree -38% – Don’t Know – 12%

  • I would share this information with my employer provided that I received assurance that it would be used only for my benefit

Agree – 66% – Disagree -25% – Don’t Know – 10%

  • I would share this information with a third-party external provider if there were credible assurances of confidentiality

Agree – 56% – Disagree -32% – Don’t Know – 11%

  • I would not share this information with my employer under any circumstances

Agree – 24% – Disagree -58% – Don’t Know – 19%

The Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 255 US-based senior HR executives with direct knowledge of their organization’s employee wellness program. The EIU simultaneously surveyed 630 full-time US employees of organizations that offer an employee wellness program.

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