Incentive-based wellness plan helps EMS workers lower cholesterol

04/20/2011 | Mountain Mail (Salida, Colo.), The

Emergency medical services employees in Chaffee County, Colo., reduced their cholesterol by a collective 38.2 milligrams by participating in an incentive-based wellness program paid for by a state grant. That money has run out, but the voluntary program will continue as a pilot project paid for by the county insurer.

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