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Regional CEOs Discuss Success of Employee Wellness Strategies

Regional CEOs Discuss Success of Employee Wellness Strategies - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Leading Companies Convene to Support AHA“™s Start! Campaign to
combat the risks of heart disease and to discuss the issues of growing healthcare costs.

On Monday, May 3,  Executive leaders from over thirty major regional and international companies came together to talk about workplace wellness strategies at the annual American Heart Association“™s Start! Executive Leadership Breakfast. Held at Gannett Co. in McLean, Virginia the event featured a panel discussion where executives shared successes of incorporating wellness programs, including the AHA“™s Start! program, into corporate culture.

Recent studies show that the Greater Washington Region has one of the highest levels of adult obesity in the nation. The region has some of the highest rates of heart disease, stroke, and obesity in the nation and so has one of the highest rates of uncontrolled hypertension in women. For individuals, this translates into an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. For the business community, this can mean a steep incline in health care premiums, lowered productivity and increased absenteeism. Given the continuing economic pressures that companies are facing, wellness has a proven impact on improving the bottom line. 9148

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