Options exist for retiree group medical

Schriftman, Ross
May 2002
Employee Benefit News;May2002, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p47
Focuses on the medical care benefits given to Medicare-eligible retirees in the U.S. Decline in the percentage of employers that provide health benefits to retirees from 1993 to 2001; Problems in eliminating retiree health coverage; Impact of the withdrawal of health maintenance organizations on the retiree group market.


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