Amid all of the discussion regarding health reform and the uncertainty of its fate pending the outcome of the upcoming presidential election, companies are revisiting the benefits of wellness programs. Until recently, many companies had taken a stolid view of wellness programs, in some instances dismissing such programs as a waste of resources. On the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the health reform as constitutional, however, wellness programs are worth a second look and could very well be a crucial way to maintain a healthy workforce and combat the rising costs of health coverage.
Health Care Reform Begets Wellness Initiatives
The Legal Intelligencer
August 29, 2012
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