Smaller employers cut health care costs by self-insuring

07/15/2010 | CFO.com

More small and midsize employers are self-insuring as a way to cut health care costs. PricewaterhouseCoopers reports 29% of those with fewer than 1,000 workers offered the coverage in 2008, while 48% offered it in 2010. "I think self-insurance is the one thing that's helping us, by allowing us to be more strategic with plan design and the cost-sharing structure," says Ariann Lawhorn, human resources manager for Mid-City Supply.

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