Who is counting, and how to count?

Are we wasting billions of dollars that should be devoted to improving the nation’s health?

It is distressing to see the disproportionate focus employers have on the cost of initiatives to create healthy and engaging workplaces relative to the amount of money channeled into traditional health care. The disparity in spending is startling, but, as a great allegory shared in the 1980s in actuarial circles well captured: Continue reading “Who is counting, and how to count?”