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Topic: The high cost of chronic diseases (for employers and employees)

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kathryn.menefee
Member since 06/27/2012
The high cost of chronic diseases (for employers and employees)
09/27/2012 / 4:06 pm    #-24

About 57 million working-age Americans live with chronic conditions, such as diabetes, asthma or depression. In a recent brief, Health System for Change found that many people with chronic conditions fail to receive preventive and ongoing care, which raises costs for both them and their employers.

Read the study at: http://whiteglove.com/sm10-hrcom-28

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dummy
Member since 05/18/2005
Re: The high cost of chronic diseases (for employers and employees)
11/01/2012 / 8:52 am    #-23

Easy access to quality care without the cost of office visits and Co-Pays for the simple visits (Rx refills, etc) will save you and your employee money. Learn more here www.CallDoctorsNow.com or email OnrampEnterprises@gmail.com for free information.

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amy .ohm
Member since 11/21/2012
Re: Re: The high cost of chronic diseases (for employers and employees)
11/24/2012 / 4:26 pm    #-22

Have you seen www.treatmentdiaries.com? www.treatmentdiaries.com/resource/td_empBenefit_NOV12.pdf Making a difference in the way people live with a chronic illness or in caring for a loved one. Connecting to those who can relate with privacy and anonymity is alllowing people to be social but private. They feel better and live well knowing they are not alone.

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