How medical accounts reduce health expenses

Wallach, Lance
November 2001
Employee Benefit News;Nov2001, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p12
Reports the use of employee medical accounts in reducing the cost of health care in the United State. Capability of employer to set the level of funds contributed; Offer of cost containment solutions transforming the funding of employees the left; Differeniators between EMA and some defined contribution health plants.


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