John Riedel, of Riedel and Associates, and Cyndy Nayer (CEO of the Center for Health Value Innovation) have written a primer for Health Promotion Practitioners on value-based benefit designs. The primer, published in the Art of Health Promotion (a section of the American Journal of Health Promotion), has been well-received by worksite and community-based practitioners. A special thank you is also warranted to Larry Chapman, editor of the Art of Health Promotion, for his comments on the opportunity found in value-based designs.
Read more of the primer by clicking here.
The Art of Health Promotion: March/April 2010
Value-Based Design: A New Powerful Perspective for Worksite Health Promotion
John E. Riedel, MBA, MPH; Cyndy Nayer, MA