Examines how Germany's wellness incentives for the publicly insured helped reduce costs but were less likely to enroll those with low incomes and poor health. Outlines implications for federal healthcare reform provisions to expand wellness incentives.
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Title: Moving Forward With Wellness Incentives Under the Affordable Care Act: Lessons From Germany
Publication date 2012-05-29
Publication Year 2012
Europe (Western) / Germany
, health care costs
, bertelsmann foundation
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