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Healthcare Reforms: Rethinking Corporate Healthcare Policies

by on March 2, 2010

This paper discusses the relationship between the key players in a healthcare setting. The association between the employers, insurance agents, employees and finally, the actual health care providers (i.e. the hospitals) is quite complex with perceptible silos. The organizations have been struggling to reinvent themselves, especially with trying to provide better health care packages to their employees. Little do they realize that trying to please their entire workforce is quite a herculean task, and by trying to innovate with medical policy structures, they are getting into messy ground. Is it possible to innovate and yet cut costs? Is there any perfect recipe for formulating the health care policy? These are huge questions plaguing not just organizations big and small, but the country at large. This paper addresses some of those issues and how organizations can stay abreast in this scenario.

Aditi Sundarraman

One Comment
  1. Thanks for the insight. I posted an article comparing HSA’s to the Massachusetts health care plan. Here is the link. I welcome your feedback.

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