Incenting workers to opt out of health coverage may carry unintended consequences

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By Frank Palmieri
March 25, 2009

As the economy continues to suffer, employers are reviewing alternatives to reduce health care costs and to shift more costs to employees. As part of this process, it is common for employers to consider opt-out payments for medical coverage.

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