Since the passage of health care reform, benefit managers must redefine the employment contract as it pertains to reining in rising health care costs. That means enhancing conventional employee wellness programs so that they evolve into high-value workforce well-being initiatives.

Value is the glue that galvanizes the workforce and better aligns the interests of each organization's leadership with its employees. But such value cannot effectively be delivered without the expertise of a service provider that specializes in a more robust population health solution. The critical ingredient to realizing short-term savings as well as a lasting return on investment, is the provider's track record for achieving enterprisewide improvement goals and a strong return on the dollars spent on enhancing employee work capacity achievements.

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