Cost Containment Strategies Uncovered

Healthcare consumers and employers who sponsor plans continue to battle the rising cost of offering healthcare benefits.

According to a March 2019 Peter G. Peterson Foundation article, the United States spent roughly $3.5 trillion, or more than $11,000 per person, annually. As a percent of GDP, we currently spend 17 percent on healthcare and most economists expect this number to be 25 percent or higher by 2025.

In this white paper, we'll examine:

  • What is cost containment?
  • Cost containment levers
  • trends impacting cost containment

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