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Wellness Incentives Are Not Dead Yet:  Potential Outcomes from the AARP v. EEOC Order

NOTE: The opinions in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily represent the views of Shortlister

On December 20, 2017, the district court in the AARP v. EEOC case ordered the EEOC to go back to rewrite its wellness incentive rules under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA).  Those rules, released in May 2016, allow employers to impose incentives of up to 30% of the total cost of self-only coverage to encourage employees to participate in health risk assessments, and spouses to participate in biometric screens and health risk assessments. 

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Quizzify - Meet a Vendor

Shortlister’s December 8th “Meet a Vendor” series ended 2017 with a bang by hosting Al Lewis, Co-Founder and CEO of Quizzify, a learning platform that provides employees with the knowledge they need to make wiser and healthier decisions.

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Wellness Coaches - Meet a Vendor

On November 17th, 2017 Shortlister invited Gene McGuire, the Founder and Managing Partner of Wellness Coaches, to present their new Technology Suite, which will further enhance their proprietary, on-site health coaching model.

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Financial Wellness Buyer's Guide

After onboarding the top Financial Wellness Vendors into Shortlister, we decided to document what we learned about the space in this simple Buyer’s Guide.  This comprehensive guide offers everything you need to know about the Financial Wellness Industry including vendor types, different programs, common features, and what to consider when buying. 

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Wellness Industry Trends | Financial Wellness | Shortlister

Shortlister conducted a survey of the top wellness subject matter experts at the nation’s leading employee benefits consultants.  We wanted to understand the wellness industry trends and the challenges that employers are facing.  This report summarizes the insights & real-world experience of 114 of the top minds in the field. Collectively, this group of respondents runs the procurement & implementation processes for over 3 Million employee lives each year.  

This report will provide valuable insights for any employer, consultant, provider, investor or researcher that is looking to understand both the current state & emerging trends in the health & well-being industry.

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