Towers Watson 2013/2014 Staying@Work U.S. Executive Summary Report

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Source: Towers Watson | Published: October 8, 2013

U.S. organizations have long looked to health and productivity programs as one way to keep workers healthier, stem the tide of higher health care costs and maintain productivity levels. Now, the adoption of health care reform and its fast-approaching excise tax have created a new urgency to control costs. In response, organizations are developing new strategies, considering many new options (e.g., provider incentives) and retaining a keen focus on improving workers’ health.