Employers Are Paying for the Dysfunction
in the U.S. Healthcare System
america overpays for its healthcare relative to other nations.
Don’t be a part of financing the status quo.
A recent report by RAND found that companies across the United States are overcharged nearly 2.4x for hospital services on average.
Indeed, employers (and the employees whose benefits they sponsor) are the ones left holding the bag for much of the dysfunction in our broken healthcare system. This Industry Insight explains how the four major players—hospitals, health insurance companies, PBMs, and benefits brokers—conspire to make health insurance premiums rise nearly every year for U.S. companies and their employees.