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In the ongoing quest to improve the quality of health care – or reduce the amount of total health care expenditures – employers all over the United States seem to have embraced the wellness program trend with open arms. These programs have transitioned from challenges to walk a 5K to sophisticated plans that aim to improve the health of employees with chronic diseases and improve employers’ bottom lines.

However, there’s still one big question that some experts insist hasn’t yet been answered: Do wellness programs really work? And, maybe more importantly: How will an employer know if a wellness program is working?



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