Since the RAND Worksite Wellness Program Study was released, there has been much debate on both sides of the fence as to the interpretation of the message that should be taken from the report findings.  It’s clearly not a black and white issue as some would lead you to believe. The first comer to the party — a Reuters article claiming worksite wellness “fails” — garnered most of the attention for its sensational position.

This was followed by an array of publications from the provider side using wellness research to defend their turf and the integrity of the industry itself. Like many things in life, this topic is far more complicated than a surface level “yes” or “no” answer to the question of whether the industry is “working” or not. 

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