Incentivizing the Use of Quantified Self Devices: The Cases of Digital Occupational Health Programs and Data-Driven Health Insurance Plans

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Titre
Incentivizing the Use of Quantified Self Devices: The Cases of Digital Occupational Health Programs and Data-Driven Health Insurance Plans
Titre de la conférence
Communications in Computer and Information Science
Auteur(s)
Stepanovic Stefan
Editeur
Springer International Publishing
ISBN
9783030578466
9783030578473
ISSN
1865-0929
1865-0937
Statut éditorial
Publié
Date de publication
2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Série
Communications in Computer and Information Science
Pages
73-86
Langue
anglais
Résumé
Initially designed for a use in private settings, smartwatches, activity trackers and other quantified self devices are receiving a growing attention from the organizational environment. Firms and health insurance companies, in particular, are developing digital occupational health programs and data-driven health insurance plans centered around these systems, in the hope of exploiting their potential to improve individual health management, but also to gather large quantities of data. As individual participation in such organizational programs is voluntary, organizations often rely on motivational incentives to prompt engagement. Yet, little is known about the mechanisms employed in organizational settings to incentivize the use of quantified self devices. We therefore seek, in this exploratory paper, to offer a first structured overview of this topic and identify the main motivational incentives in two emblematical cases: digital occupational health programs and data-driven health insurance plans. By doing so, we aim to specify the nature of this new dynamic around the use of quantified self devices and define some of the key lines for further investigation.
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Motivational incentives, Quantified self devices, Digital occupational health programs, Data-driven health insurance plans
Open Access
Oui
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15/07/2020 15:20
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29/08/2020 5:20
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