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Wellness Programs After the Affordable Care Act
Nixon Peabody LLP Link to more items from this source
[Guidance Overview]
July 14, 2014
"Wellness programs can be used to make employees aware of health issues that might otherwise go undetected, which might result in significant savings to the employer in terms of lost productivity and the employer's medical plan in terms of claims avoidance. Although the myriad laws impacting wellness programs may seem overwhelming, it is quite possible to design a compliant and cost-effective wellness program that has the potential for significant benefits to the employee and the employer."

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