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Roughly 80% of all chronic diseases in the U. S. are caused by preventable factors. Patients with chronic diseases account for more than 75% of U. S. Healthcare spending, yet only 5% of health care expenditures are devoted to prevention.  Statistics gathered by the Center for the Study of the Presidency, Forbes Magazine 2008.

"Broad studies now put the annual costs of poor employee health at more than $10,000 per employee per year. On the other hand, research also shows that healthy employees can be more productive on the job, have fewer injuries and therefore are absent less."  By Kathy Oswald, VP, HR, Chrysler Corporation, 2008.

Depression alone, caused $12 billion in U. S. lost workforce productivity in 2007.  By Mayo Clinic, Health Solutions, 2008

Poor Statistics "We spend untold hundreds of billions of dollars on pills, surgery, hospitalization and disability. But we spend peanuts of our health care dollars on prevention."  Senator Tom Harkins, 2009 in an article titled "How to End America's Sick Care System" by Dr. Dean Ornish, Huffington Post.

Self care is a proven winner in education and training people to make better health care decisions that help control health care costs. Organizations have achieved cost savings that amount to a 2 to 1 return on investment using self care tools alone.  Mayo Clinic - Guide to Self Care,


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