Confused about the wellness program provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or just want to learn more? RedBrick Health has prepared this white paper to help our clients understand the rules and their implications on wellness programs and related reward models.
This white paper provides an overview of the different classifications of wellness programs, according to the final rules, and details what is needed to comply with these new requirements.
As part of their efforts to improve the health of employee populations, employers are increasingly exploring the integration of outcome-based incentives into existing incentive program designs. Outcome-based incentives can be more complex to implement than activity-based incentives. However, being familiar with a few guidelines and best practices can help employers successfully leverage the benefits of outcome-based incentives as part of a total incentive design package.
This whitepaper provides a summary of recommendations on which healthy factors to measure and incent, and what appropriate expectations are for each healthy factor.
The wellbeing of an organization’s employee population plays a significant role in the health of a company’s bottom line. Improving the health of employees can have a significant impact on an organization’s financial success through health care claims savings and increased productivity. Demonstrated financial savings are an important outcome of a well-executed health and wellness program. Given the imperative to demonstrate financial savings, RedBrick Health conducted a book-of-business study.
This study examined the financial impact of RedBrick Health programs on two commonly measured financial outcomes, health care expenditures and health related productivity loss.