Carve-outs make cost of self-funding more predictable

Newton, Chuck
October 2002
Employee Benefit News;Oct2002, Vol. 16 Issue 13, p68
Reports that employers are turning to self-funding strategies to help finance benefit programs. Details on self-funding; Information on carve-out insurance program; Reason companies are taking advantage of carve-outs; Benefits of some carve-out insurance programs.


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