Study: Reduced Healthcare Benefits May Lead to Higher Costs
Oakland, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Employers trying to save money by reducing shared healthcare costs with employees end up paying through lost productivity, suggests a new study. The Integrated Benefits Institute found that employees with cost barriers to medical care had 70 percent more sick days than employees who could afford health care.
The study analyzed information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention between 2007 and 2017, mainly focusing on lower-income ...
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