Whether or not a wellness program will produce a return on an employer’s investment — and how soon it will happen — has become a nearly cliché question these days. “I have yet to have a conversation where someone is not interested in their return on investment if they’re engaged in wellness,” Humana’s Brian T. Sullivan says.

However, “if your objective is to reduce health insurance costs, you’ll fail,” Sullivan, market VP, Southern California, told attendees at San Diego’s benefitsCONNECT Benefits Technology Summit yesterday.

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