Companies form institute to look at healthcare costs
This article was originally published in Clinica
Major US corporations have joined together to address what they believe to be the most urgent health benefits problem - the rapid rise of healthcare costs. They are launching the Institute of Health Care Costs and Solutions, via the Washington Business Group on Health, the only national non-profit organisation devoted to representing the perspective of large employers.
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