Penn State President Rodney A. Erickson, Benefits Office, and Trustees : Stop the New Penn State "Wellness" Program and its Surcharges.

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mineh millard
6 years ago
Have we not paid enough astronomical fees to be hit with more fees and increased rates? And we are paying into this with healthcare services that are CRAP!

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Sherry Hess
7 years ago
Confidentiality

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Jack Wilkinson
7 years ago
because we still live in a free country, where will it stop, everything continues to go up here at PSU, and the employees bear the cost... its not our fault they had a scandal, and we shouldnt have to pay for it...!!!!

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David O'Neill
7 years ago
I think our health Ins. premiums are already to expensive.

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Ken MacDonald
7 years ago
If the people who implemented this plan do not understand the serious breach of ethics that it contains, they have no business working in a university.

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Holly Wardlow
7 years ago
These requirements for employees seem to me to be a gross and likely illegal violation of privacy.

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Mac Marshall
7 years ago
It is a gross violation of personal medical privacy.

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beth bee
7 years ago
Im a psu alum who belives penn state can do much better.

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Mark Williams
7 years ago
This ill-conceived program violates employees' right to privacy, does nothing to improve actual health measures, and punishes those who fight back against this unethical policy. I urge you in the strongest way possible to drop this practice and invest in actual quality health care that respects people's bodily autonomy and right to privacy and confidential health care.

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Anne Kim
7 years ago
this is an invasion of personal space and encourages people to engage in the erroneous belief that people who do not live according to a set standard of healthy living are bad, stupid, etc., etc.