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Slide 78

Slide 78


Title: Wellness Program Savings

Contents: A three year study conducted at a health system in Minneapolis found that health risks decreased after the implementation of a comprehensive worksite wellness program. This led to increased savings due to reduced health care costs, absenteeism, and workers' compensation claims each year of the program.

Chart Elements: 3 bars - one each for 2001, 2002, and 2003.

  • 2001 Total Savings $116
    • Workers' Comp = $45
    • Absenteeism = $54
    • Medical = $17
  • 2002 Total Savings $178
    • Workers' Comp = $36
    • Absenteeism = $101
    • Medical = $41
  • 2003 Total Savings $464
    • Workers' Comp = $107
    • Absenteeism = $75
    • Medical = $282
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