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The Office Nurse Now Treats Diabetes, Not Headaches
The Wall Street Journal

Workplace health clinics used to be a lot like the school nurse’s office, dispensing Band-Aids, treating occupational injuries, and serving as a first stop for emergencies like asthma attacks.

But as companies face rising insurance costs and an aging workforce, they’re turning clinics into something new: A place to aggressively nudge employees about long-term, expensive conditions such as diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol.

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