Wellbeing Weekly – Millennials Changing Primary Care, New Year’s Trends for Wellness and Employees Demanding Incentives
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No Primary Care Doc, No Problem: How Millennials Are Changing Healthcare
Employee Benefit News
For millennials, having a primary care physician isn’t necessarily a priority. This generation seems to prefer on-demand healthcare options, such as urgent care, drug store clinics and telemedicine services. How will this trend impact the way employees access healthcare?
New Trends in Health and Wellness Benefits for 2019
To kick off 2019, several employee-benefits experts share what major trends they’re expecting for wellness benefits in the year ahead. The list includes more comprehensive programming and new approaches to work-life balance.
Employees Want Incentives to Get Healthy
The Business Journals
A new survey underscores the importance of wellness incentives that reward healthy behavior. The results also show a disconnect between the number of employees who want incentives and the number of employers who offer them.