On-site clinics gain popularity, morph into wellness centers
The workplace clinic has evolved from a place to treat on-the-job injuries into a center for employee health and wellness. These clinics are part of the larger CDH landscape, and they are growing more popular.
Nearly one-third of companies (29%) have or plan to have an on-site health center by 2009, up from 27% in 2006, states Watson Wyatt/National Business Group on Health research released in March, titled Realizing the Potential of Onsite Health Centers.
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