Claims of Wellness Cost Savings Are Overblown: RAND

Did you know that per a recent RAND Wellness Programs Study of 600,000 employees across 7 employers, wellness programs benefits are highly exaggerated, returning only $0.50 on every dollar invested. Workplace wellness has become a $6 billion industry in the United States, as employers hope these programs can help control health-care costs. In 2012, half of all employers with at least 50 employees offered programs, and nearly half of employers without a program said they intended to introduce one.Read More