By the Numbers

April 2010
Employee Benefit News;Apr2010, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p43
The article discusses survey results about investments in wellness programs including 21 as the number of implemented wellness programs, 2% of total health claim money spent on wellness programs annually and 51% of employers who are planning to implement health improvement programs.


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