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Large Employers Are Key to Reforming Health Care
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The authors of this Harvard Business Review article argue that to achieve the pragmatic solutions President Obama seeks with the Affordable Care Act, employers have a huge opportunity to work with providers to create more efficient, market-driven approaches to improve care and reduce costs.
This Coalition of 20 Companies Thinks It Can Change US Health Care
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Based on IHI’s learning from work with employers to improve health care, this article offers five strategies to help employers — like those in the recently formed Health Transformation Alliance — achieve better care and better health for their employees, while also lowering costs (the Triple Aim).
Healthy Employees, Lower Premiums and Costs
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Employers, providers, and health plans have a new shared aim of collaboratively working together to improve the health of employees and reduce health care costs.
WIHI: Employers and Employees Can Improve Quality and Lower Costs: Stories from the Front Lines, Part 1
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February 7, 2013 | This WIHI discusses what promises to be the next wave of employer engagement in improving health and controlling health care costs in the US, including taking a deeper dive into the underlying, often chronic health conditions affecting today’s employees.
WIHI: Getting Down to Business…and Health Care Reform
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November 19, 2009 | Employers are seizing the reins and building the type of integrated health care delivery system they believe should serve as a model for society as a whole. Learn about the more sophisticated role companies must play in reforming health care.

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