Using technology and web-based tools allows employees to be more engaged and proactive in their wellness programs, leading to lower health risks.

That's according to a new study, "The Association of Technology in a Workplace Wellness Program with Health Risk Factor Reduction."

Dr. Ronald Loeppke, president and vice chairman of U.S. Preventive Medicine and lead author of the study, said wellness programs are increasingy important because the "current sick care model in the U.S. is not designed to meet real health and wellness needs." 

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