Clinic waiting area Employers with onsite clinics can integrate clinic data with health plan data to identify high-risk patients, care coordination and comprehensive outcomes measurement. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Forget the days of taking the morning (or entire day) off from work to drive across town and sit in the waiting area of the doctor’s office. How about just popping down the hall to the clinic? More employers, recognizing that making access to health care more convenient is good not just for employees but for their own bottom line, are investing in worksite clinics.

So says a new survey from the National Association of Worksite Health Centers and Benfield, part of the Gallagher Human Resources & Compensation Consulting Practice. Of the 109 responding employers, 80 said they have a worksite clinic, while 29 do not. Nearly 80 percent have 5,000 or more employees, and nearly 40 percent are manufacturers.

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Marlene Satter

Marlene Y. Satter has worked in and written about the financial industry for decades.

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