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Health Reward Stat of the Day – Sept 1

 
Health Minister Terry Lake confirms B.C. and the Public Health Agency of Canada will roll out a rewards program this fall. Lake says it will allow participants to earn Air Miles if they demonstrate they are participating in activities that promote health living.He says the province has paid $2.5 million to join the program.  It will […]

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – Aug 27

 
Kenya Ministry Offers Sh100,000 Reward in Hunt for Guinea Worm Disease
The government is offering a Sh100,000 cash reward to persons who will report any cases of guinea worm disease.
Health secretary James Macharia on Wednesday said the reward would be given to anyone who would find and report a case of the disease.
The offer is part of […]

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – Aug 7

The B.C. and federal governments are spending millions of dollars to buy reward points for Canadians who engage with a new app that encourages healthy lifestyles.
Called “Carrot Rewards,” the $7.5-million smartphone app was created in partnership with company Social Change Rewards with $5 million from Ottawa and $2.5 million from the province as an innovative […]

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – July 16

In a first for a company in India, e-retail giant Flipkart has announced a benefits programm for its employees that will offer Rs 50,000 to employees who adopt children.
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/technology/story/flipkart-to-offer-rs-50000-reward-to-employees-who-adopt-a-kid/1/450991.html

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – June 19

Pakistan’s Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation will pay residents to use public toilets in a desperate attempt to stop legions of people urinating and defecating in public. The Corporation has decided to give residents one rupee a visit in a bid to draw them into its 300 public toilets and away from open areas and public walls, which […]

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – June 18

Kenyan health insurance company AAR, which controls 14 per cent of all premiums in Kenya and paid over Sh2 billion in out-patient claims last year, will now pay a 50 per cent cash back offer on  health insurance payments from AAR for customers that remain healthy under a new product  dubbed ‘AAR Proactiv’. This the company said aims […]

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – June 17

To encourage kind acts, a ‘morality’ bank has been opened in a north-eastern Chinese city through which people can exchange points earned by good deeds for free services like haircut and health checkup.
Citizens in Yanji City, Jilin Province, can accumulate credits with the bank, operated by Danying Community, through tasks such as collecting plastic bags […]

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – Feb 6

As reported in Time Magazine, according to a study by professors in the United Kingdom reported in the BMJ, financial incentives were shown in a randomized controlled trial to have a significant impact on pregnant women quitting smoking and staying away from cigarettes:

Studied 612 pregnant women in the United Kingdom
Offered  up to $1,200 dollars in […]

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Incentives Drive Quit Rates in Pregnant Women

As reported in Time Magazine, according to a study by professors in the United Kingdom reported in the BMJ, financial incentives were shown in a randomized controlled trial to have a significant impact on pregnant women quitting smoking and staying away from cigarettes:

Studied 612 pregnant women in the United Kingdom
Offered  up to $1,200 dollars in […]

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Health Reward Stat of the Day – Dec 22

The Wearables Privacy Report published in October 2014 by Zeno and London’s Imperial College Business School, part of the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, explores the trade-off between sharing data and privacy fears. It shows:

72% of consumers are aware that information is collected from wearable devices
59% of consumers are unaware that information can be shared with third parties
55% of consumers do […]

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