Suzy K. Johnson recently wrote for Benefits News about the need for Chief Financial Officers and Human Resources managers to collaborate to create long-term strategic healthcare benefits plans.
Read the full original article from Benefits News.
Johnson points out that it is important to focus not just on providing great benefits, but on management of costs as well.
"All CFOs like to understand their return on investment, whether it be the implementation of a new benefits technology/administration platform or implementation of a consumer-driven health plan."
Getting your organization's CFO involved in employee healthcare decisions is imperative to ensure the long-term viability of the businesses. Learn more in our whitepaper, The Fiduciary and Ethical Role of the CFO in Employee Health Benefits Purchasing:
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