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HERO…or Goat?

From this page, you can access our entire anthology on HERO, and its frank admissions that wellness not only skewers employee morale, but loses money, too. We wish we’d thought of those conclusions…oh, wait, we did. Well, as they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

Installment 1: HERO admits that wellness is bad for morale

Installment 2: We concede that HERO is right

Installment 3: HERO crowdsources arithmetic

Installment 4: HERO meets Trading Places…wellness saves one dollar

Installment 5: HERO invites us to debate. Not.

Installment 6: 7 take-aways from the HERO-Goetzel defense of wellness

Installment 7: How not to write an HRA

Installment 8a: Measuring wellness-sensitive medical events: the grand finale of the HERO analysis

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  1. […] this report is chock full of disinformation in support of wellness, including a statement for which these 39 “experts” spurned a million-dollar reward […]

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  2. […] this report is chock full of disinformation in support of wellness, including a statement for which these 39 “experts” spurned a million-dollar reward […]

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  3. […] voluntarily admitted its worthlessness as thoroughly as the wellness industry did here. Use this reader’s guide to help interpret this self-immolation.) No need to take the industry’s own word for it. Penn […]

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  4. […] this reader’s guide to help interpret this self-immolation. No need to take the industry’s own word for it. Penn […]

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  5. […] in wellness, at least over the two-year period their example program covered. (We previously wrote a detailed critique of the […]

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  6. […] in wellness, at least over the two-year period their example program covered. (We previously wrote a detailed critique of the […]

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  7. […] in wellness, at least over the two-year period their example program covered. (We previously wrote a detailed critique of the […]

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  8. […] by the Population Health Alliance (PHA) and the Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO), revealed many surprising costs induced by wellness programs. Compiled were monetary costs, indirect costs, and what the authors […]

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  9. […] prove the opposite. Another saying is that the biggest enemies of Ron Goetzel and his friends (the Health Enhancement Research Organization, which is the industry trade assocation) are facts, data, arithmetic, and their own […]

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