Health Care Costs in 2011

Aug. 13, 2010
Majority of companies plan to improve wellness programs in 2011
A recent survey of more than 700 employers from 30 industries was conducted by PricewaterhouseCoppers' Health Research Insitute.Here are some highlights. 67 Percentage of companies that intend to improve wellness programs in the United States 42 Percentage of companies that plan to increase employee contributions for health-insurance coverage 41 Percentage of companies that expect to increase medical cost-sharing, including higher deductibles and copays 26 Percentage of companies that intend to increase prescription drug cost-sharing $400 The minimum deductible the majority of American workers are expected to have See Also:

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