Real savings and productivity gains, measured and documented.
A presentation on how Primary Prevention can change U.S. Healthcare for the better. Whereas, the U.S. spends more than any country on healthcare); Employers pay over one-third of the costs which therefore reduces the competitiveness of American goods and services in the global marketplace; National health expenditure growth trends are likely to continue and these expenditures as percentage of GDP are growing in an unsustainable manner. Fundamentally with Primary Prevention, by improving the health and well-being of employees, quality of life is improved. Simultaneously, health care utilization and costs are reduced while disability is controlled and productivity enhanced.