More and more, employers are managing the costs of healthcare and lost productivity by health and productivity management (HPM) efforts to promote workforce wellness, prevention, and disease and disability management. IBI surveyed 450 employers to detail the prevalence of such interventions, employers’ plans over the next two years, the goals for these programs, the measurements used to assess key program outcomes and their view of how well HPM initiatives are meeting their desired goals. The survey finds that some form of HPM is almost universal, employer HPM efforts are and will expand, and employers broadly plan to put more resources into existing programs.

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