Program improves health outcomes for employer-clients

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By Lisa V. Gillespie
February 2, 2012

According to the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association, consumers pay an average monthly fee of $45.30 for access to a fitness center. Employers are starting to tap into that need, and one program specifically has met it - at about half the cost of a typical gym membership.

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