If, Then Rewards are only good for simple tasks

Relying on if, then rewards puts a cap on our ability to progress, especially when it comes making complex behavior changes. In an interview with Harvard Business Review, Daniel Pink said, The behavioral science is very, very clear that– give people those kinds of motivators [if, then rewards] for complex tasks, and they will often underperform.” 

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Increasing Engagement Through Membership Reach

If you are in the benefit consulting industry, you are likely looking for ways to advocate your solutions to help drive down healthcare costs. If members don’t know about or use the solutions, they won’t be effective. At Orriant, we offer the unique benefit of reaching membership like no other program in the industry. You can leverage this unique wellness approach to gain access to your members, and drive engagement to your innovative solutions.

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