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Past research has suggested workplace wellness programs might be a good investment.
In 2010, Song, Baicker and David Cutler, the Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics at Harvard, published a meta-analysis of prior research on wellness programs that found a roughly three to one return on investment for such interventions.
However, as the authors noted in that meta-analysis, much of the prior literature was limited by the lack of a robust control group, leaving open the possibility that estimates could be biased by confounding factors, and by limited sites, sample sizes and outcome measures.
To help improve the evidence on wellness programs, Song and Baicker decided to implement a large-scale controlled experiment.