“The employment setting remains an undervalued investment opportunity for employee health improvement.,” says one expert. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The role of employers in helping employees find the best evidence-based medical treatments is the subject of a new report released last week by the Center for Workforce Health and Performance (CWHP). Evidence-based research is one of the pillars of medical practice in the United States, yet there are many cases where consumers get incorrect or incomplete information.

The new report, “The Employers Role in Using Research-Based Health Care Evidence” finds that although employers are often left out of the discussion of how to make research more relevant to clinical practice, they can help improve the use of evidence-based care.

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