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One size fits all sometimes means too small
Pathway to prevention and cost-reduction: a Diabetic Eye Care benefit
Illustration of a large blue piggybank with a doctor checking its vital signs.
The prevalence and impact of diabetes on your workforce might surprise you. The Center for Disease Prevention and Control in 2017 reported more than 30 million Americans have diabetes and 84 million have pre-diabetes. Fortunately for employers who offer a well-utilized vision plan, eye exams are one of the easiest and non-invasive ways to detect early signs of diabetes and help monitor those diagnosed with the disease.
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CATEGORY: HR Benefits
WRITTEN BY: Natasha D'sa
The workplace can be tough on the eyes: what to look for in an Rx safety eyewear program
Workers in a warehouse wearing safety eyeglasses.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reports eye injuries alone cost more than $300 million a year in lost production time, medical expenses and worker compensation. It's easy to see how adding prescription safety eyewear to your vision benefits can pay off. Here are 5 tips on features employers can look for when evaluating a prescription safety eyewear program.
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CATEGORY: HR Benefits
WRITTEN BY: Natasha D'sa
From the eyes of a child: a first-hand account of leadership in promoting vision care
Quincy smiling with his new eyeglasses on.
Vision benefits may be a business of numbers, reports, and statistics. But it’s also an industry of people and impacting lives. Quincy's story shows why vision benefits are so critical to so many lives, and also how important it is for companies to use their resources to help those who may not have access to vision care.
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CATEGORY: Corporate Culture
WRITTEN BY: Natasha D'sa
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One size fits all sometimes means too small
One size fits all sometimes means too small