Monday, February 8, 2016

That is SO last week

We’ve written a lot about employee health data and the inherent risks of requesting and maintaining this sensitive information. Last week, Forbes published a post arguing that employee health data could be the next business indicator, suggesting that employee health could become a “standard part of financial reporting.”  The post highlighted a non-profit alliance of U.S. companies, called the Health Transformation Alliance that hopes to control health care costs by “pooling aggregated data” including individual health metrics to deliver “better health care while reducing costs.”
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