Health care costs are expected to increase on average more than 10% in 2007, and some companies are encouraging workers take part in health and wellness plans in an attempt to curb rising spending levels, according to a new report. The report, from PricewaterhouseCoopers, indicates that costs for PPO plans will rise 11.9%, HMO costs will rise 11.8%, and costs for "consumer-driven plans" will rise 10.7%.

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