3 signs your wellness strategy will fail

Everyone wants an effective wellness strategy to maintain a healthy, happy and low-cost population, but how do you know yours will work? Linda K. Riddell, a principal at Health Economy LLC and frequent guest contributor to EBN's blog, Employee Benefit Views, has compiled some warning signs you may be on the wrong path. (Images: Thinkstock)

Doomed to collapse?

The best way to choose a wellness and health cost strategy is to study your group – its illnesses, social factors, work environment, and other relevant traits. Then, select a program that responds directly to those issues. As you consider your strategies for 2013, the following are three wellness red flags to watch out for.




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