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Do you have to “drive” employee behavior change?

Do you know whether heartburn pills are safe for long-term use?

It’s generally assumed that employee behavior change (weight loss, smoking cessation etc.) is work. And the way wellness vendors want you to do it, it usually is. It has to be “driven.” Also, it fails most of the time. 

But Quizzify’s behavior change is fun. This May 12 webinar will show how employees happily change behaviors through our “Jeopardy-meets-health education-meets-Comedy Central” trivia games. 
The key?  Our behavior changes are “driven” by knowledge, not willpower. For instance, did you know that:

  • a new non-invasive test is cheaper, safer, more accurate–and more “fun,” relatively speaking — than a colonoscopy screening? 
  • most cavities no longer need to be drilled-and-filled?
  • a simple blood test predicts premature birth with 80%+ accuracy instead of 17% accuracy?
  • surprise bills for non-electives can be prevented if your employees know what to sign and what not to sign?

 It’s all about the knowledge. Who would get a colonoscopy screening, a filling, or a surprise bill if they didn’t have to? What mom doesn’t want to know her risk of premature delivery?
Further, knowledge-based behavior change gets right to the bottom line.  Imagine 5x the ROI of wellness at a fifth of the price, with 100% of fees at risk for ROI?  And some very happy employees.

Register here. If you register and can’t make the webinar, you can still get the recording.

In the immortal words of the great philosopher Pat Benatar, hit me with your best shot.

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