LAS VEGAS—We’ve all heard—and can assume—that prevention is one of the best ways to cut down escalating health care costs. But employers haven’t really jumped on the wellness bandwagon. But they should, Sean Sullivan, president and CEO of The Institute for Health and Productivity Management, urged attendees at NAHU’s annual conference Monday.
“The hardest thing to change is behavior. You can’t just talk about it; you have to actually do it,” he said.