Employers get on the health care superhighway with next-generation HSA

Robbins, McLean
February 2008
Employee Benefit News;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p1
The article offers a look at the consumer-driven health care strategies implemented by Robert W. Baird & Co. and Owens Corning in the U.S. Both companies have seen and experienced the advantages of implementing consumer-driven health. Each company has implemented health savings accounts and high-deductible plans among their employees. Robert W. Baird focused on making employees responsible for their own health, while Owens Corning dealt with open communication and integration.


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