Jennifer Mathis on Workplace Wellness Programs and Privacy2017-03-19T08:34:10-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/880/20170319083458001_hd.jpgJennifer Mathis talked about a proposal to allow employers greater access to their employees' medical and genetic records and allow them to penalize those who do not participate in workplace wellness programs.
Jennifer Mathis talked about a proposal to allow employers greater access to their employees' medical and genetic records and allow them to penalize those who do not participate in workplace wellness programs.
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