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Hygeia on Cost of Health Program

The quote suggests a proactive approach to workplace health by emphasizing prevention over cure. It uses a cooking metaphor to argue that a small amount of preventive measures can be more effective and less costly than a large amount of spending on treatments and cures for health issues after they arise. The implication is that investing in preventative health initiatives—such as wellness programs, regular health screenings, and ergonomic work environments—can ultimately lead to a healthier, more productive workforce and reduce long-term healthcare costs for the employer.


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