Health care reform brings opportunity for voluntary benefits

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July 29, 2011

McKinsey & Co. caused quite a stir not only around the insurance world, when it recently revealed that 30% of employers will “definitely or probably” drop their coverage when PPACA takes effect in 2014. While the exact percentage of employers keeping or dropping their coverage in three years remains to be seen, voluntary programs will be valuable to employers and employees alike in either situation.


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As an employee, I'd like the best coverage I can get. I'm not really sure I'm going to find one that fits me, due to the fact that I seem to get so sick all the time, lately. I hope this new opportunity will be the best one yet, because I've almost finished my Tri Luma cream.

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I've always regarded volunteering with good eyes. After getting my online health administration degree, I've tried to do that everywhere I could, because the more experience you gain, the more you can help those in need. I believe one never knows enough.

Posted by: kumara k | March 20, 2012 5:28 AM

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Ever since I've enrolled for an mba healthcare administration course, I've heard all sort of things about the healthcare reform. I've grown dizzy with all the changes and the possible consequences. I do hope this voluntary issue is true, though, I'm planning on volunteering myself soon enough.

Posted by: lisha s | March 6, 2012 3:05 PM

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