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Chief financial officers have a strong understanding that employee health has an impact on a company’s financial performance, and they are playing a larger role in health care benefits decisions, according to new research by nonprofit Integrated Benefits Institute.

“So many employers have downsized in this tough economy that now more than ever, it’s important for employers to truly maximize the productivity of their employees,” says Thomas Parry, PhD, president of IBI. “This research shows how CFOs crystallize the impact of health on financial performance and on productivity and particularly focuses on the kinds of information critical to their health-investment decisions.”

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