Despite growing adoption and continued investment in wellness, many workplace programs are falling short in terms of employee participation and engagement. And that may cause programs to shift focus over the next few years.

A new study from Dallas-based company HealthMine finds that 44% of respondents enrolled in a wellness program have a chronic condition, yet only 14% said that their programs help manage them. Additionally, only 35% of consumers enrolled in these programs engage in them at least once per week. The survey results features data from 750 insured consumers enrolled in wellness programs.

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