Ill. city could save $4.5M with employee wellness center

12/18/2013 | Rock River Times, (Rockford, Ill.), The

The Rockford, Ill., City Council is considering a proposal to open a staff wellness center that employees say could save $4.5 million in health costs over five years. The center would cost $818,000 annually and focus on preventive care. For the program to be cost-effective, at least 45% of the city's 1,100 employees would need to participate.

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