Wellness programs have become popular with most mid-sized and large employers. The wellness industry proposes that you can make employees healthier and that this will lower total cost for the employer, including the cost of the wellness program itself. Unfortunately, there is evidence to suggest that it is not that simple. We believe that wellness can be a tool to control healthcare cost. However, we also notice that many employers are starting to demand a more tangible ROI metric. And they want to learn how to leverage bio-metric screenings and health risk assessments into their overall health plan operations.