More Companies Adding On-Site Health Clinics A growing number of people can see a doctor while they're at work without leaving the office. Increasingly companies are putting health care clinics in the workplace. One company says the goal has been to make good medical care convenient and affordable for workers, so they don't have to call in sick. Studies show businesses can cut health care costs by up to 30 percent.
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More Companies Adding On-Site Health Clinics

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More Companies Adding On-Site Health Clinics

More Companies Adding On-Site Health Clinics

More Companies Adding On-Site Health Clinics

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More and more companies are putting health care clinics in the workplace. That can mean big savings. Some studies show businesses can cut health care costs by up to 30 percent.

Erin Toner reports for member station WUWM.