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Kaiser Survey Shows Consumer Plans Instigate Premium Slowdown

The Kaiser Family Foundation’s much ballyhooed annual health care cost survey may be flawed, but it might prove that new products in the health care market, specifically consumer-driven plans, are forcing health insurers to lower their premiums.

October 9, 2007
Related Topics: Retirement/Pensions, Workforce Planning, Compensation
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The Kaiser Family Foundation’s much ballyhooed annual health care cost survey may be flawed, but it might prove that new products in the health care market, specifically consumer-driven plans, are forcing health insurers to lower their premiums.
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