Amazon, Apple opening on-site employee clinics

Some large companies are opening clinics to control their healthcare spending

November 1, 2018

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Amazon and Apple are opening on-site employee clinics, joining a growing list of large companies opening clinics to control their healthcare spending, according to an article on the Becker's Hospital Review website.

Thirty-three percent of companies with 5,000 or more employees offer general medical clinics at their worksite, according to an survey by Mercer and the National Association of Worksite Health Centers.

Another 11 percent of these employers of this size are considering adding clinics in the near future.

By comparison, 24 percent of large companies offered on-site clinics in 2012.

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