Survey: Reductions in health plan benefits

July 2009
Toledo Business Journal;Jul2009, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p16
The article reports on the additional data from the 2009 UBA Employers Perspective" survey released by the Kaminsky & Associates, Inc, in Ohio. It offers information on the purpose of the survey in providing the Kaminsky's employers with critical benchmark. According to the article, the first part of the survey was in response to the call of the employers about the reduction in health plan benefits.


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