iRewardHealth is a simple tool for companies to create an authentic and approachable culture of health. With this release, we are focused on being accessible to startups and small businesses. Employers can create rewards their employees will love, and help motivate their people to take small daily steps toward being healthier.

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32 Reviews5.0/5
As a behavioral scientist, it has been energizing to work with this team to turn science into technology! This easy to use tool uses evidence-based methods to help people improve their habits and health.
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Proud of Rick and the entire team at iRewardHealth - they've been signing us customers everywhere including the city of Boston for health competitions.

Specifically, iRewardHealth is one of the few products in the market that combines personally accountability with incentive-based motivation leading to positive results for the companies that enroll.

Pros:

Incentives for employees are tangible and adds to the team dynamic in a positive way. Really love the dashboard and how intuitive it is.

Cons:

N/A at this time

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Thank you Chris! Your feedback and support has been incredible!
After working with Rick before, and getting an early look at this product, I am so excited to see this launch. Great team!
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@handythinks Thanks Chris! With enough hard work, maybe we can share the podium by end of day. Everyone else can find the Drift account Chris helped us configure while you are signing up for a free trial!
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I love this program

Pros:

Incentive to make myself healthier

Cons:

None

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I work at iRewardHealth and some of the rewards we can earn are pretty awesome. This month we can earn a Sonos One, an Apple Watch 4, or 4 hours of vacation. Next month it could be something different. One of my favorite parts of the app is how easy it is to customize and change the reward options. They never get stale and are always unique enough to keep me motivated to log and earn points. I feel like I'm working towards something I actually want, and that makes me want to keep using the app.
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