Automated benefits systems help make most of wellness plans

09/23/2011 | Employee Benefit News

Going paperless through automating employee benefit systems can help companies get the most out of wellness programs that use health risk assessments and biometric screening. HR solution software and service provider bswift CEO Rich Gallun says many companies link employee incentives to screenings and assessments and use the data to identify health conditions and risk factors that help shape wellness programs.

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