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  • Drug Discount Peddlers

    Uncontainable drug costs have spurred employers to take a fresh look at how their pharmacy benefit managers might be hiding revenue. October 28, 2005

  • A Refresher Course in Workers' Comp

    A scathing audit of the workers' compensation system in a Florida school district spotlights the need for tighter employer scrutiny of outsourcers. July 14, 2005

  • Prescription for Malaise?

    Providers are rushing to participate in Medicare's new drug-benefit program. Companies are proceeding with caution. June 23, 2005

  • Promises, Promises

    Retiree health coverage is a sweetener fewer companies are willing to offer. February 22, 2005

  • I Want a New Drug Plan

    Companies hoping to curb prescription-drug charges are looking at a host of new cost-control measures. February 22, 2005

  • Attention Shoppers

    Consumer-driven health plans are catching on quickly, but are they the answer to runaway medical costs? February 22, 2005

  • Risks and Benefits: Altruism Meets Self-Interest

    By helping provide inexpensive medical insurance for the uninsured, 58 big companies could also secure a competitive edge in hiring desirable workers. February 10, 2005

  • Risks and Benefits: Health on Account

    Health-savings accounts, yoked to high-deductible insurance policies, are being touted as the next big thing in cost containment. But employees might think twice before taking on so much financial risk when it comes to their health care. January 27, 2005

  • Consumer-Directed Health Care

    Consumer-directed health care is hot. But is it a danger to the medical-insurance system? August 13, 2003

  • 1. Health Reimbursement Accounts

    Some employers see health reimbursement accounts as a cheaper alternative to HMOs. November 1, 2002

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