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Personnel Today - Employee health insurance drives return to work, study shows

By Nic Paton

Nearly 2,000 people were helped back into work last year through early intervention services backed by employee health insurance, such as fast-track access to counselling or physiotherapy, according to analysis by insurers.

Group Risk Development (GRiD), the umbrella body representing group risk insurers, has argued its latest statistics highlight there is a clear, and growing, body of evidence to demonstrate that the early intervention services often attached to group risk insurance can make a real difference when it comes to preventing absence or getting people back to work.

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