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Embracing Ethical Wellness: The Employee Health Program Code of Conduct

Updated: Jan 14



The Employee Health Code of Conduct, co-authored by our very own Al Lewis, calls for employee wellness programs to commit to the improvement of employee health while avoiding harmful practices.

“There is a broad and enthusiastic support within the industry for such a code,” says Al. “It was long overdue.”

Quizzify is proud to be the first wellness program to embrace the code, and the Employee Health Code of Conduct will be a contractual term in all contracts moving forward.

This code, alongside Quizzify’s Harvard Medical School affiliation and 100% Savings Guarantee, demonstrates our unique commitment to ethical, efficient, and employee-centric wellness.

Additionally, we urge all honest and competent vendors to follow our lead and incorporate this pledge into the fabric of their operations and contractual obligations.


The Employee Health Program Code of Conduct: Programs Should Do No Harm

Our organization resolves that its program should do no harm to employee health, corporate integrity or employee/employer finances. Instead we will endeavor to support employee well-being for our customers, their employees and all program constituents.

Employee Benefits and Harm Avoidance

Our organization will recommend doing programs with/for employees rather than to them, and will focus on promoting well-being and avoiding bad health outcomes. Our choices and frequencies of screenings are consistent with United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), CDC guidelines, and Choosing Wisely.

Our relevant staff will understand USPSTF guidelines, employee harm avoidance, wellness-sensitive medical event measurement, and outcomes analysis.

Employees will not be singled out, fined, or embarrassed for their health status.

Respect for Corporate Integrity and Employee Privacy

We will not share employee-identifiable data with employers and will ensure that all protected health information (PHI) adheres to HIPAA regulations and any other applicable laws.

Commitment to Valid Outcomes Measurement

Our contractual language and outcomes reporting will be transparent and plausible. All research limitations (e.g., “participants vs. non-participants” or the “natural flow of risk” or ignoring dropouts) and methodology will be fully disclosed, sourced, and readily available.

Learn more about the Code of Conduct and how to participate by visiting www.ethicalwellness.org