Medical records privacy can be an issue with wellness incentives

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has not yet released its stand on protecting the privacy of employee medical records as it relates to an employer's use of health insurance premium discounts as incentives to participate in wellness programs. Labor attorney Lawrence Lorber said physicians need the medical history to provide better care, and one way to protect privacy and avoid legal problems is to make sure employee health information is kept away from the employer.

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