We spend too much on health care administration here in the United States. Everyone seems to concede that.
But those numbers only look at the layers of administration in the insurance industry, and physician and hospital billing to that industry. Most of us feel that burden when we encounter the health care industry.
Employers spend a lot of their money trying to make the health care system work – for them. They do provide health care coverage for approximately 60% of Americans.
The changes brought about by health care reform is reminding us just how much of employer resources don’t get counted toward health care. Continue reading