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Employers Want National Approach to Health Care—Still Believe Employer-Based System Works Best: New Survey Looks At Attitudes toward Health Care Reform and Major Health Care Issues.
Date:11/13/2008

ing health and wellness as a core value of the organization will be the number one way to improve health care quality and reduce costs in the future.
  • Three-fourths of employers, 75%, use disease management programs to improve health care quality.
  • Retiree health benefits are still most commonly found with public employee plans and multiemployer benefit plans, 85% and 76% respectively.

  • Health Care Cost Control: Industry Approaches and Attitudes (Item #6535E) is published by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. It is 57 pages and costs $100 (I.F. Members $67). The publication is available as an e-book only. To order visit www.ifebp.org/books.asp?6535E or contact the Foundation Bookstore at bookstore @ ifebp.org or (888) 334-3327, option 4.


    The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to being a leading objective and independent global source of employee benefits, compensation, and financial literacy education and information.


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