Do Wellness Programs Work? As Companies Buy In, Return On Investment Is Coming Under Scrutiny

International Business Times 

For Lisa Li Moye, the rewards of 70,000 steps taken over three months came in the form of a 70 gift card from her health insurance company. She spent the money on an organizer for her husband. "His stuff was everywhere," Moye, a 28-year-old resident of the New York City borough of Brooklyn, said -- his hats, keys, wallet. In the current health conscious, data-driven age, reasons for hitting the gym are no longer limited to the standard promises of feeling and looking better. Now, people increasingly have the option of racking up financial rewards and other perks through wellness programs offered by numerous insurers and employers.

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