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Wellness Programs Getting Costly For Workers

Source: Southern California Public Radio, March 5, 2013 In an interview with Southern California Public Radio, Kevin Volpp spoke about workplace wellness programs and how they are using outcome-based incentives to a much greater degree. This means that workers will pay more for health insurance if they fail to get in better shape. This is supported by the new healthcare law, under which employers can impose larger financial penalties starting next year.