As drug costs continue to soar, some consultants
are touting a pharmacy-benefit-manager model
that limits patrons to fewer drug stores.
THE EYES HAVE IT
Looking inside the eyes can help detect serious
medical conditions, such as cancer. Few employers,
however, are communicating the benefit properly.
MAY 2011 • $8.95
HEALTH-PROMOTION EFFORTS WON’T
SUCCEED UNLESS THEY’RE SUPPORTED
BY YOUR CORPORATE CULTURE.
Barbara Schaefer, senior vice president of
human resources for Union Pacific, looks at
healthy eating as a priority for herself and
her company’s 40,000 employees.
BY ANDREW R. MCILVAINE
You could be forgiven for feeling a twinge of envy at the lavish
wellness center enjoyed by employees at the Mayo Clinic’s
Rochester, Minn., campus. The 115,000-square foot, five-story
facility includes two swimming pools, a landscaped courtyard,
acres of state-of-the-art exercise machines, yoga studios, workout rooms
and even a demo kitchen where chefs show employees how to cook healthy,
delicious meals. continued on page 18
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