U.S. businesses spend more than $1 billion every week on serious, nonfatal workplace injuries, according to the 2017 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index. That’s one of the reasons that employers deploy a host of tactics to maintain a safe and productive workplace and lower healthcare and workers’ compensation costs.

Yet a staggering $1 trillion is lost to unaddressed employee chronic disease each year, according to The Milken Institute. And most employers aren't taking the necessary steps to really help workers manage their conditions.

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