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Based on the data you have entered, the graph below represents the cost of doing nothing. If the trends continue, with no evidence-based strategies applied, the costs of health care, absenteeism and lost productivity will increase.
Obesity is increasing and it is costly.
About 9% of all health care costs and a large burden of lost productivity are associated with obesity. Reduce obesity and you can expect to lower health care costs, less absenteeism and increased productivity.
Smoking is still one of the most costly behaviors in terms of money and lives lost. About 8% of all health care costs and a large burden of lost productivity are associated with smoking.
Effect of a great wellness program.
Project the impact of effect of a high impact wellness program on health care costs. Compare these projections with the cost of doing nothing.