California employers are facing another annual “trend increase” to their health care spend that is more than 5% with another 6.5% projected for next year. Is this justified?
Since the actual cost care has only been going up 2.7%/year (according to the centers for medicare and medicaid services national health expenditures data), shouldn’t premium increases be around 2.7%?
Actually, Employers who take control of their health care supply chain are able to see big decreases in their overall spend. And they do it without reducing benefit to their employees.
Join the growing group of employers who are taking charge of their health care budget.
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