BestLifeRewarded Celebrates 5 Years of Rewarding Canadians for their Healthy Behaviours
In 2010, Cookson James Loyalty, the founders of BestLifeRewarded announced their vision to improve the health of Canadians. Since then, the group has successfully partnered with over 80 organizations to do just that.
Humana Inc. has released a three-year impact study of that program, Humana Vitality, that followed about 8,000 employees since the program launched in 2011. Based on the study, those employees had:
Lower health insurance claims costs. For the employees who actively engaged in the program, claims costs dropped a full 10 percent by year three of the […]Read more
According to the Consumer Health Mindset™ Study 2016 from AON Hewitt, around 20 percent of employees would never participate in health and wellness activities, regardless of the health or financial benefits.
According to the Consumer Health Mindset™ Study 2016 from AON Hewitt, 48 percent of consumers would have their blood drawn (during work hours) and tested for cholesterol, glucose, and other important health measures without any incentive.
According to the Consumer Health Mindset™ Study 2016 from AON Hewitt, 63% of employers say their future health care strategy (over the next three to five years) involves a heavier use of incentives to drive desired program participation and health behaviors.
(Aon Hewitt 2015 Health Care Survey**)
Manulife partners with Vitality to reward healthy living
Manulife Financial Corporation has reached an agreement in Canada with The Vitality Group (Vitality) to introduce life insurance that rewards people for healthy living.
The partnership will be first launched within Manulife’s term insurance solutions before it is expended to other product lines over time. It includes financial protection, opportunities to save on insurance premiums, […]
RedBrick Health Announces Results of National Employer Survey on Health EngagementOverall, the 2015 National Employer Survey on Health Engagement found that employers are offering more program elements and setting higher expectations around what engagement means. Several findings from this research are highlighted below:
Program goals have grown up since 2010. A higher proportion of respondents in […]Read more
Redbrick’s 2015 survey results showed a shift toward an intent to use outcome-based incentives—those that reward or penalize participants based on changes to biometric measures. Even those not currently using outcome-based incentives models showed a fairly high interest in moving in that direction. Fully 42 percent reported that they are likely to implement outcome-based incentives in the next year. When added to the […]Read more
A recent Towers Watson study found that more than two-thirds of employers plan to implement incentives and penalties based on biometric outcomes such as blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Towers Watson. 2013/2014 Staying@Work Survey Report.
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