Outcomes-Based Incentives: Joint Consensus Statement
This joint consensus statement is the combined effort of the members of HERO and the American Cancer Society, American Cancer Network, American Diabetes Association and American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. HERO wishes to thank these associations for their thoughtful work and dedication to fulfilling our joint mission to provide guidance to employers on the design and implementation of outcomes-based incentives in their wellness programs. This should not be considered an endorsement of this approach, but rather as guidance for those who choose to implement such an approach.
Guidance for a Reasonably Designed, Employer Sponsored Wellness Program Using Outcomes-Based Incentives Paper
What employers need to know: 10 steps for developing outcomes-based incentives for wellness programs
Statistics about Workplace Wellness
Overview of Collaborating Organizations
A special thank you to HERO members of the Joint Guidance Work Group who participated in meeting with the other organizations and were involved in creating the Consensus Statement.
We also thank and recognize the contributions of other members the HERO Study Committee on Incentives who met regularly in advance of this joint effort to help develop the framework for our discussions with the other organizations.
- American Cancer Society
- American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
- American Diabetes Association
- American Heart Association
- American Stroke Association
- Bravo Wellness
- Cancer Action Network
- Fitness Economics
- StayWell Health Management
- University of Michigan
- Patricia Benson, Get Healthy Now, University of Louisville
- Kamini Fonseca, Lifestyle Engineering, Inc.Save