How to spot flaws in the ROI evaluation of your wellness plan

07/25/2011 | Human Resource Executive

Return-on-investment studies of corporate wellness programs often are incomplete and flawed, writes Jonathan Spero, CEO of wellness provider InHouse Physicians. Problems include biased vendor assessments, use of projected rather than actual savings and overvaluing productivity improvements, Spero writes. He offers five tips for companies that want to get a true picture of how well their plan is working.

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