Why Health Screening Programs Fail and What Employers Can Do About It

Employer-sponsored health insurance plans cover more than half of the country’s non-elderly population, reports the Kaiser Family Foundation in its 2016 Employer Health Benefits Survey. This reflects a significant expense and investment in the health, wellness, and productivity of employees.

Thus it’s no surprise that many employers also offer health screening programs designed to uncover current or potential medical conditions and empower their employees to seek treatment and healthier lifestyle choices before conditions become more critical…and more costly to manage. So why do too few of these proactive programs fully live up to expectations, including anticipated return on investment (ROI)?

To learn more, read the complete article by BioIQ COO Pete Desai in Corporate Wellness Magazine.