By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Section In the current climate of escalating health care costs, human resource professionals and executives are desperately looking for ways to keep their employees healthy and productive in a cost-effective manner. One sensible strategy for improving affordability is to focus on the unique needs of the 20 percent of the population who account for 80 percent of direct medical expenses.1 This group is also associated with a disproportionate share of the expenses incurred from productivity losses due to . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Section In the current climate of escalating health care costs, human resource professionals and executives are desperately looking for ways to keep their employees healthy and productive in a cost-effective manner. One sensible strategy for improving affordability is to focus on the unique needs of the 20 percent of the population who account for 80 percent of direct medical expenses.1 This group is also associated with a disproportionate share of the expenses incurred from productivity losses due to . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Section In the current climate of escalating health care costs, human resource professionals and executives are desperately looking for ways to keep their employees healthy and productive in a cost-effective manner. One sensible strategy for improving affordability is to focus on the unique needs of the 20 percent of the population who account for 80 percent of direct medical expenses.1 This group is also associated with a disproportionate share of the expenses incurred from productivity losses due to . . .
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