By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Section Today it's difficult to read a daily newspaper that doesn't include at least one article about the increasing lack of affordable health care. Health insurance is often looked upon as a necessary evil, but one that employers continue to provide - often at decreased coverage levels or with a portion of the premium costs shifted to their employees. As health care premiums make deeper cuts into profits, do payers wonder if they're getting a more valuable product . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Special Section Today it's difficult to read a daily newspaper that doesn't include at least one article about the increasing lack of affordable health care. Health insurance is often looked upon as a necessary evil, but one that employers continue to provide - often at decreased coverage levels or with a portion of the premium costs shifted to their employees. As health care premiums make deeper cuts into profits, do payers wonder if they're getting a more valuable product . . .
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