The new health care law (PPACA) was directly responsible for a number of changes to benefit programs this year. One trend that stands out shows that the percentage of consumer driven health plans (CDHPs) offered in the U.S. experienced a decline for the first time since 2007.
The 2012 UBA Health Plan Survey's sometimes-surprising findings arms smart employers with key data that might lead them to reconsider their current benefit strategies. As health care plan offerings and the federal regulatory environment become more complex, benchmarking data has become increasingly critical for employers looking to manage their health care benefit programs effectively.
With detailed comparative data, by size, by location and by industry, decision-makers are better equipped to choose the right benefit programs and strategies to maintain competitive benefits. Learn from the nearly 11,000 participating employers. To access the full report, complete the information below.
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