Wellness can address issues of aging workforce, obesity

04/10/2013 | BenefitsPro.com

Employers should consider what the combination of an aging workforce and obesity means to health care costs and move their focus from paying for acute care to wellness and disease management initiatives that keep people healthy, according to Denis Storey, editor for BenefitsPro.com. He said employers should go beyond cost management and containment and look at increased productivity because the return on investment is worth the effort.

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