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2016 Health Costs Forecast to Rise 4.3% After Plan Changes
Slower Premium Growth, but Deductibles Doubled Over 5 Years
Smaller Hikes in Health Premium Rates Forecast for 2016
Health Costs Projected to Rise 6.5% for 2016
Insurers Expect Larger Premium Rise for 2016
2016 Will Be Costly for ACA Compliance, Employers Say
Self-Insurance Growing, but Not So Much at Small Firms
Health Benefit Cost Inflation Escalates
Surge in Employees’ Share of Health Costs
Drug Plan Cost Rise Outpaces Health Benefits
Modest Premium Growth, Steep Deductible Hikes
Additional Enrollees May Drive Up Costs
Employers Get Aggressive to Control Health Costs
Employers Adjust Health Benefits for 2015
Narrow Networks Entice Health Plan Sponsors
Employers Turn to Reference-Based Health Pricing, Other Measures
Employers Say ACA Negatively Affects Them
Employers Vague About Reform Costs
Health Plan Cost-Shifting Trends Highlighted in New Reports
Study Finds High ACA Costs for Large Employers
Health Benefit Costs Could Jump in 2014
Employee Health Costs Approach $5,000
Why the Health Care Cost Curve Is Bending
Employers Hold the Line on Health Costs
Defined Contribution Health Benefits
Consumer-Driven Plans Gain in Popularity
Employers Respond to ACA's Financial Impact
Study: 6.5% Growth in Medical Costs for 2014
Health Plan Cost for "Typical" Family Hits $22,030
Employers Adjust Health Benefit Strategies in Reform's Wake
More Drop Grandfathered Status to Control Costs
Big Changes Expected in Hospital Reimbursement in Reform's Wake
Are Health Premium Tiers a Good Idea
HHS Issues Rules on Medical Loss Ratio Requirement
Per Employee Health Coverage to Cross $10,000 Threshold
Employers Misunderstand Specialty Drugs and Costs
Slower Health Benefit Cost Growth Foreseen in 2012
Average Family Health Premiums Top $15,000 in 2011
State-Federal Review of Health Insurance Rate Increases Begins
Small Businesses Overpay for Health Insurance, Researchers Find
Agencies Issue Proposed Ruleson State Exchanges, Premium Subsidies
Employer Health Plan Enrollment Up 2% Since Reform Law
In Reform's Wake, Health Firms Adjust Employee Coverage
Big Health Insurance Rate Hikes Face Scrutiny Under HHS Final Rule
Employer Medical Costs Expected to Rise 8.5% in 2012
Self-Insurance: Meet Health Care Reform
More Health Cost Shifting
Double Digit Health Costs Rise
Globally, Health Insurance Cost Expected to Rise More Than 10%
Rising Cost Tops Employees' Health Care Worries
Family Premiums Up 3% in 2010, But Workers' Share Rose 14%
Large Employers Project 2011 Health Plan Costs to Rise 8.9%
Reform Predicted to Drive Increase in Health Care Consumption
Increased Health Care Cost Shifting Expected in 2011
Group Health Insurance Rates on the Rise for 2011
Employers Brace for Health Care Cost Increases, Remain Committed to Subsidizing Employee Coverage
Health Reform's Coverage Requirements Expected to Drive Premiums Higher
Reform Law Funds Research to Curb Health Care Costs
U.S. Employers Would Pass Along Reform Costs
Bill Seen Raising Outlays for Employers
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