Employers can see guaranteed ROI from onsite health clinics

Robbins, McLean
January 2008
Employee Benefit News;Jan2008, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p36
The article reports on the benefits of onsite health clinics to employers. Some U.S. employers, including Toyota, the Pepsi Bottling Group, and Florida Power and Light, have opened onsite primary care facilities, pharmacies and clinics aimed at reducing their health care costs. Among the many reasons to consider onsite clinics are reducing medical claims and providing employees with a lasting benefit.


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