Consistently rising costs in healthcare make crafting a benefit strategy a yearly challenge for employers. On average, large organizations can expect to spend 15% more on their benefits plan each year. What if employers have been asking the wrong questions? And it is possible to spend less by spending more?
All is not well in healthcare today. The American medical sector dwarfs most other sectors of the economy. Hundreds of million of dollars are spent on research. Little progress is made. Costs continue to rise, and Americans are sicker than ever before. Where does this leave employers?