SPOTLIGHT: Fewer healthcare employers offer defined retirement plans

Fewer than half of healthcare employers offer defined benefit plans, a 12 percent decrease over 2008 figures, finds a new survey by the American Hospital Association. The lousy economy is primarily to blame, prompting many healthcare organizations to freeze or terminate their defined benefit plans, according to the report, Retirement Plan Trends in Today's Healthcare Market. Press release

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