In the age of big data, analytics and algorithms, an array of behavioral techniques are expected to help employees understand their benefits, crunch the numbers and make smarter decisions.
Nearly 40% of about 200 industry thought leaders who assembled at a recent International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans gathering said they are interested in using behavioral economics to help employees adhere to medical treatment plans.
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