Are H&P Programs for You? Once healthcare is seen as an investment in a healthy, productive workforce -- And not as a cost to be managed -- A company will realize a more robust bottom line. These healthcare professionals offer an illustrative example of a successful program and guidelines for firms that want to institute such a program.
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