David Burda (twitter.com/@davidrburda, email@example.com) is editorial director, health care strategies, for MSP-C, where he serves as the chief health care content strategist and health care subject matter expert, and was editor of Modern Healthcare, the industry’s leading health care business publication.
Physical problems aren’t the only health issues employees struggle with. Employers need to do more to help them address mental wellness, too.
As provider networks narrow and deductibles rise, responsible employers should educate workers on the high cost of going out-of-network for care.
Minnesota doctors are more likely to share patient health information, but employers should push for more.
Skip the biometric screenings and start hiring nicer people if you want a healthier workforce.
Eager to reduce their health care expenses, employers are moving forward with workplace wellness programs amid legal uncertainty.
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Here’s what workers and bosses say, and what employers can do to keep workers healthy and productive.
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