Physicals undergoing a new examination
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, February 7, 2008
There is little agreement among doctors about whether regular physicals are actually necessary, or even about which tests should be included in a routine checkup. Without a consensus, some employers' health plans are abandoning coverage of annual physicals. At the same time, other businesses are taking the opposite approach and using financial incentives to encourage their employees to have regular exams.
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