Boeing, Cisco, Intel and Walmart are bypassing insurers to drive down healthcare costs

(By Ayla Ellison for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Spending on employee health benefits has risen about 5 percent annually in recent years, with U.S. employers expected to spend approximately $738 billion to cover employee healthcare costs in 2018. To help drive down these costs, several major companies are getting more involved in managing their workers’ health.  Continue reading article here…

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