Most U.S. companies concede in a new survey that it's going to take more than health care reform legislation to curb rising health care costs, and that the workplace should play a pivotal role in encouraging healthy behaviors.

To mark the start of National Employee Wellness Month this June, Virgin HealthMiles, a provider of employee wellness programs, released a new survey of more than 1,000 employers on the topic of wellness initiatives and employee health.

According to the survey, 85 percent of U.S. companies surveyed believe the newly-enacted legislation alone won't make for a healthier America, but that other measures must be put in place to curb rising health care costs.

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