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Health Reform: How Much Will It Hurt?
The sweeping overhaul of health care will cause many companies pain in the short term, but not as much as originally feared. March 22, 2010
A Prescription for Cutting Health-Care Costs
The finance chief of Cardinal Health says there is plenty the private sector can do to bring health-care spending under control. March 10, 2010
A Healthy Increase
CFOs expect health-care costs to rise 6.8% on average this year, with the biggest increases coming at tech, software, and biotech companies. February 9, 2010
What Will Companies Do?
As health-care reform starts and stops, CFOs face difficult decisions about where to invest now. February 1, 2010
The Bill for the Senate's Bill
Should House Democrats decide to pass the Senate bill on health-care reform intact, what would the cost be for employers? January 20, 2010
Do Wellness Programs Make Cents?
Employers are investing in ways to contain health-care costs, but few know what they're getting back. January 13, 2010
Farewell, Company Health Plans?
Now that health-care reform bills have passed both the House and the Senate, some CFOs are seriously considering whether or not to drop employee coverage. December 31, 2009
All Eyes on Reform
Public support for health-care reform is high, but some CFOs take a different view. December 1, 2009
Keen to Be Lean
Desperate to cut costs, hospital CFOs are turning to an unlikely source: the "lean management" principles championed by manufacturers. December 1, 2009
Employee-Benefit Cost Pressures Plague CFOs, Survey Finds
Perhaps in response, 33% said their companies were cutting average per-employee health-care costs and 26% said their employers would reduce their matches of their employees' 401(k) contributions. October 19, 2009