Only 7 percent of women who were not given financial incentives
were able to do so.
To address the lack of utilization and quality of maternal health services, many countries have recently used financial incentives
9 kg/m2, were assigned to one of four weight loss groups: two with financial incentives
and two without.
We also performed analyses comparing the perceived influence of the financial incentive
on oneself and others according to whether participants were offered the incentive (Arms B and C) or not (Arm A) (Table 3).
The BVRA says that the best solution to the problem would be to give financial incentives
to motorists to trade up to a newer vehicle with lower emissions even if it is not brand new.
Significantly more individuals in the financial incentive
group than in the control group enrolled in (15% vs.
But financial incentives
often carry the most weight, said Hewitt's Haltom.
Interestingly, some individuals are offended at the idea of their family benefiting from the sale of their organs, however, they favor being able to receive the financial incentive
themselves for a family member's organs.
For-profit HMOs that reduced health care costs for businesses reaped unprecedented dividends for their investors and had little financial incentive
to maintain quality.
Recognizing the potential importance of financial incentives
to work as part of the route to self-sufficiency, several welfare jurisdictions in the United States and Canada are testing financial incentive
Determine whether employees have a financial incentive
to ask that their prescriptions be filled with generic drugs and to take their prescriptions as directed.
The financial incentive
in the form of a $10,000 tax credit or premium free insurance policy to be received by the designated beneficiary upon the successful transplantation of the donor's organs, is designed to get millions of citizens to sign a donor card, tax return or driver's license application.