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When it comes to measuring the health and productivity of employees, employers should focus on the three I’s: identifying needs, implementing programs and assessing impact, says Bill Molmen, J.D., co-founder and general counsel of Integrated Benefits Institute.

First in the process comes identifying needs, which goes beyond targeting traditional medical costs. Most employers today tend to think only in terms of health care benefits and fail to consider other aspects of the business that can be affected by poor health. While there is certainly a need to control health care costs, employers should also identify other impacted areas of the business.

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