The drivers of health care costs are certainly myriad and complex, but there are some things we can do to help get rid of unnecessary care and expenses, and improve our overall health. Below are different ways we can get healthier while addressing some drivers of health care costs.
By: Darlene Marafino – Manager, Account Services and Wellness, Independent Health
Written By: Blair Severn, Chairman of Enabling Ideas
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By: Tracy Hemmerling, Associate Vice President, Arcadis
This morning, I had the opportunity to see a well-known HR professional address her peers. Our topic of discussion centered around the negative mindset that present day HR departments conjure up. What once was a valuable resource to the workforce has now become the equivalent of heading to the principal’s office. Mid-way through her presentation, she gave us the opportunity to chat with our table partners, and share frustrations. I listened intently to a group of passionate people earnest about using their role to enhance the human capital initiatives, while moving the company’s business goals forward.