Wellness goals could lead to discrimination, coalition says

12/19/2012 | Workforce online

Groups including the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association are working with employers to make sure they don't discriminate against workers who cannot meet wellness goals. If employees are required to pay more for not meeting health goals, "they may forgo preventive care, disease management care or prescription medication," says Laurie Whitsel of the AHA.

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