gov/pubmed/8031230) study done on 40 cocaine dependant adults showed that those given a financial incentive
to quit using were more successful in abstaining than those who weren't.
While most workers say they participate in these programs to improve their health, financial incentives
are very effective at getting workers in the door," notes Paul Fronstin, director of EBRI's Health Research and Education Program, in Washington, D.
included an additional monthly monetary award that was over and above the nurse's base salary.
Washington, March 8 ( ANI ): People who received financial incentives
were more likely to stick with a weight loss program and lost more weight than those who received no incentives, according to Mayo Clinic research.
20 financial incentive
if they talked with their provider about a thiazide prescription, and a 6-month copayment reimbursement (valued at U.
IT looks like David Cameron is to arm-twist councils into returning to weekly bin collections with financial incentives
The United States could improve by using financial incentives
to upgrade quality and efficiency, and expanding the use of health-information technology to prevent medical errors.
USED cars must be included in any scheme that provides financial incentives
for motorists to buyer a newer, cleaner vehicle.
The financial incentive
was $100 to complete a smoking-cessation program, plus $250 for confirmed cessation of smoking at 3 or 6 months after entering the study.
GAO was asked to identify (1) what is known about the effectiveness of financial incentives
and other approaches intended to increase the purchase of targeted foods, (2) the key factors to consider in designing a financial incentive
program, and (3) options available to the U.
Local companies have access to financial incentive
packages, bespoke business advice, training programmes and an array of modern floorspace.