Good wellness plans have risk assessments, leadership support

08/5/2011 | American City Business Journals

Wellness programs can fail because of poor implementation, experts say, so companies should think long-term on results and make sure plans are fully supported by top management and a strong coordinator. Companies can help ensure success by first collecting health data on employees through a risk assessment tool and then tracking results of wellness initiatives created based on that data.

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