Higher health care spending seen among hospital workers

09/12/2011 | Reuters

A study by Thomson Reuters Healthcare found that hospital workers spend 10% to 13% more on health care, consume more medical services and have poorer health compared with the rest of the U.S. workforce. Easy access to expensive care, exposure to stress and irregular work hours may play a role, an author of the study said.

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