Onsite health

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Companies like Apple and Amazon have begun the process of bringing healthcare onsite in order to save money on costs and better support their employees.[1]

Onsite care allows employers to control healthcare costs themselves, and the business is growing. The market for preventive care and onsite clinics is predicted to double from 2017 to 2027.[2]

More than just workplace wellness, onsite health services can range from simple fitness programs to fully functioning medical clinics. Employers can assess their workforce and offer services like primary care, onsite pharmacy, occupational health, chiropractic and acupuncture, and mental health counseling according to the needs of their employees.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Massive companies like Apple and Amazon are exploring new ways to care for the health of their employees — and it could upend the way healthcare's done".
  2. ^ Ltd., Future Market Insights Global and Consulting Pvt. "On-site Preventive Care Market is likely to touch a valuation of US$ 32,063 Mn approximately by the end of 2027".
  3. ^ Zimmerman, Kaytie. "These Employers Are Taking Millennials' Mental Health Seriously".