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Valuable Assets: Appreciation and Care Considerations for Older Workers

The average age of the American worker continues to increase, providing many benefits to employers and raising some special concerns about health and safety.

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Older workers are not only more experienced, they are also highly engaged and productive. And, while age is an essential factor in determining safety risks and appropriate patient care in workers’ comp, general health issues occurring across the entire workforce population may be more significant.


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Healthesystems is a leading provider of Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) & Ancillary Benefits Management programs for the workers' compensation industry.

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