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Blood Sugar Premier

by ss Daniel Kamesh kamesh (2019-05-10)

And it isn't a bad Blood Sugar Premier Review idea. Getting individuals to "know their numbers" that can indicate a propensity for high risk diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, etc. can be critical to the individual personally engaging in his or her health and taking steps to getting healthier. In addition, because these prevalent high risk diseases are creating much of the health care costs for any employer, getting employees to know their numbers is a great first step to start a wellness program. However, running tests costs money. There are many terrific biometric companies who can now bring licensed health care professionals to the workplace to run these tests for employees...making it convenient and increase the odds that employees will participate. Depending on which tests are included, these tests will generally cost between $30-$50 per person tested. But these costs add up. If you are leading a 200 person company, you don't have an extra $10,000 to run tests that may or may not prompt healthy action by your employees. And to boot, for those employees who are getting their annual physicals as they should, their physician is likely repeating most of the same tests...the cost of which you are also paying, either through insurance premiums or through costs passed to you if you are self-insured. Some companies are also questioning the need and wellness advancement effectiveness of running annual biometrics programs. For employers with employees under the age of 35, many advise that it is purely a waste of money to test biometrics annually. There is just not much likelihood of significant change in measurement in a younger population.