The federal health care reform law includes a $100 million program to reward Medicaid recipients for making healthy choices–but experts aren’t sure the incentives will work,
“Without health education and other forms of engagement, [offering incentives] seems to fall short,” said Judith Solomon, vice president for health policy at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. “The incentives are never going to be enormous because it’s never going to be affordable.”
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