financial incentive

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financial incentive

A cash payment made to a patient who achieves a health-related goal such as sustaining a weight loss over a 6-month period or maintaining abstinence from a toxic substance.
See also: incentive
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edu/behaviorandhealth/home) Behavior and Health conducted several trials on the use of financial incentives for pregnant women who smoke.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) created an inducement for wellness programs, allowing employers to provide financial incentives of as much as 30% of the total cost of coverage when tied to participation in a wellness program.
Last November, Benoit Turibe, Renault Middle East marketing director, also suggested drivers should be given financial incentives.
While benefiting from its fantastic and desirable location, buyers can also take advantage of our financial incentives such as Help to Buy and easymover, making it more affordable than ever for local house hunters to move into their dream home.
The majority of nurses (85%) in this study indicated 'single status', on the one hand they may have had had fewer immediate family responsibilities; thus allowing them to participate in this initiative which offered additional financial incentives.
They get gym membership courtesy of the taxpayer and other financial incentives to stop them eating.
As I see the transplant community while the idea of financial incentives has kind of taken a back seat from time to time over the past 20 years it appears to be re-emerging now.
Such financial incentives are a key element in healing the US economy.
Rationale for choice of financial incentives as key to the use and provision of improved maternal healthcare
Previous studies have shown that financial incentives help people lose weight, but this study examined a larger group of participants (100) over a longer period (one year), said lead author Steven Driver, M.
Plaid Cymru said creative thinking such as financial incentives to convince people to train and work in Wales was needed to fill the gaps in rural areas as well as certain areas of medicine.
All Pakistan Bedsheets and Upholstery Manufacturers Association (APBUMA) urged the government to offer financial incentives to textile sector in Federal Budget for fiscal year 2012-13.

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