95 Indiana Law Journal Supplement 28 (2020)
This Note addresses the growing use of employer-sponsored wellness programs in the American workplace and the concomitant harms and risks these programs impose on employee privacy and insurance costs. Specifically, this Note analyzes the Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act (PEWPA)—a proposed law that would allow employers to require employees to disclose genetic information to qualify for an employer-sponsored wellness program (and the program’s associated insurance premium benefits). This Note ultimately argues that employees and employee advocacy groups must work to thwart PEWPA to preserve employee privacy in the face of mounting corporate pressure to alter the structure of employer-sponsored health insurance.
"Saving Money on Health Insurance Just Got a lot Easier . . . Or Did It?: The Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act and its Impact on the Future of Employee Health,"
Indiana Law Journal: Vol. 95:
5, Article 2.
Available at: https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol95/iss5/2