Learn How To Fight Rising Healthcare Costs from Obesity
Obese workers cost U.S. employers an estimated $73.1 billion in health care costs and productivity losses each year.
This white paper, based on a webinar presented by Dr. Ron Goetzel of Emory University and Thomson Reuters, discusses the cost of health and productivity-related expenditures that employers face, the role obesity plays in creating or exacerbating these conditions, and employer strategies for how to offer support for obese and overweight employees.
You will learn:
Why health care is so expensive
The top 10 most costly chronic conditions
Best practices for leading lifestyle-based interventions at your worksite
Download the White Paper: The Economic Impacts of Obesity