Valuing wellness data as an asset on the balance sheet

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By Lydell C. Bridgeford
March 23, 2009

It is still a toss of the coin if the wellness industry can create well-being indices similar to the consumer-price or Dow Jones indices. Some wellness experts believe that U.S. employers will eventually have access to daily and monthly well-being indices that capture and forecast, through statistically-valid numbers, the physical, psychological and social health of the American workforce. …

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