Buying a Health Plan? – 1996
What's In This Report
Those who make decisions about purchasing health care benefits for their employees or members are confronted with a new array of choices calling themselves managed care. This booklet addresses the most common concerns of purchasers about cost, service, access, and quality. It provides small- and medium-size employers, health benefits plan administrators, and union officials a framework to begin a constructive dialogue with those plan representatives. This booklet is intended to be a starting point of questions to ask and issues to raise before making any choices.
View the major takeaways from this report including key statistics, figures, and more.