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By rewarding lifestyle behavior change over program participation, using texting and social networking to promote programs and putting more weight on patient satisfaction as a program success metric, employers are creating a health-oriented work environment.  About 51 percent of U.S. employers offer wellness programs, with larger companies more likely to have more complex programs, according to a new infographic from the RAND Corporation.

By rewarding lifestyle behavior change over program participation, using texting and social networking to promote programs and putting more weight on patient satisfaction as a program success metric, employers are creating a health-oriented work environment. About 51 percent of U.S. employers offer wellness programs, with larger companies more likely to have more complex programs, according to a new infographic from the RAND Corporation.

What makes an employee "wellness" program successful? ACAP Health's infographic guides you through 5 simple steps to increasing health initiatives in the workplace. #healthcare #wellness #employers | acaphealth.com/

What makes an employee "wellness" program successful? ACAP Health's infographic guides you through 5 simple steps to increasing health initiatives in the workplace. #healthcare #wellness #employers | acaphealth.com/