Mich. employers use wellness, CDHPs to keep costs in check

05/21/2013 | Crain's Detroit Business (free registration)

More emphasis on consumer-driven health plans and wellness programs helped keep cost increases for health insurance at Southeast Michigan companies to 4% this year, the lowest growth in a decade, according to survey data from McGraw Wentworth's Southeast Michigan Mid-Market Group Benefits Survey. Data showed 20% of employers had a complete wellness program in place while 80% had some wellness initiatives.

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