A recent study from DirectPath, an employee engagement and healthcare compliance technology company, has found that employers are looking for “creative methods” to slow down healthcare costs.
While high-deductible health plans and cost-shifting strategies aren't living up to expectations, there has been an increase in the use of health savings accounts, wellness incentives, price transparency tools, and alternative care options.
Employers can make better healthcare purchasing decisions for their employees by knowing all of the options available to their organizations. Download our guide, Best Practices for Employee Healthcare Purchasing, to learn more:
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