Employers can use biometric screenings to understand the overall health risks facing their employee population as well as to offer employees a clear window into their health status and help develop a personalized educational commitment to improving their wellbeing.

“A health and wellness program is successful in reaching employees resistant to change when it focuses on clinically based, biometric outcomes that reward individual health progress, instead of requiring the same metrics for all employees,” explains Joseph O’Brien, president and CEO of Interactive Health.

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