How to Put Health Care Costs in Stable Condition

Katz, Jonathan
June 2012
Industry Week/IW;Jun2012, Vol. 261 Issue 6, p52
Trade Publication
The article discusses how companies can have a stable health care costs. It says that a wellness program focusing on changing the lifestyles of employees was implemented by Eaton Corp. in 2010, which aims to cut the annual increase in the health care costs for existing employees. It also mentions that a health reimbursement account (HRA) was carried out by Worthington Industries Inc., which provide employees with fund for expenses related to health care.


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