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1 big thing: Employers in the dark

Employers are facing stronger legal requirements to ensure they aren't wasting their workers' money on overpriced health insurance, at the growing risk of financial consequences.

  • But employers say secrecy around negotiated health care prices too often prevents them from accessing data that would help them figure out if they're getting a good deal, Tina writes.

Why it matters: Federal rules push employers to serve as responsible stewards — or "fiduciaries" — of their workers' premium dollars.


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