Employers, health plans use market data to boost wellness efforts

02/26/2013 | MarketWatch

Some employers and health plans are using market data to track employee purchases to improve wellness efforts, such as weight-loss programs. Critics say it's a slippery slope between being protective and being invasive, but insurers say they follow medical privacy regulations and only give employers aggregate data, not personal details on workers.

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