Employers are turning to value-based insurance designs to ensure that their investments in employee health result not only in improved health, but in improved productivity as well. A recent paper coauthored by IBI and Dr. Mark Fendrick of the Center for Value-Based Insurance Design, University of Michigan addressed why a broader approach to measuring the value returned from health interventions is necessary to not only get the attention of key decision-makers, but also to more accurately measure key business-relevant outcomes.

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