Colleges Seek Fresh Ways to Curb Ever-Rising Costs of Health Care

Colleges Seek Fresh Ways to Curb Ever-Rising Costs of Health Care | Scott Carlson | Chronicle of Higher Education | 4 March, 2011

The article reports on ways in which several U.S. colleges are implementing strategies to reduce health insurance and medical care costs. It discusses the potential impact that U.S. federal health-care reform legislation may have on insurance costs, explores reasons why costs for insuring college employees are often higher than average, and mentions health-benefits consortiums as a possible solution for small institutions.

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