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The New Face of Wellness Programs

It’s hard to find Canadian case studies that link health benefits from wellness programs to lower health costs, which is frustrating for those seeking a home-grown example of return on investment for wellness programs.

Thankfully, some Canadians are challenging the status quo with innovative program designs and they are evaluating the results. These organizations improve their odds of success in three ways: by navigating silos to create an integrated health strategy, by assessing the total value of the investment, and by navigating privacy concerns to connect program participation and health data with benefit claims.

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