SPOTLIGHT: Healthcare costs should climb 10.5 percent over the next year

A new study by Aon Consulting has concluded that healthcare costs should increase 10.5 percent on average over the next 12 months, a rate not unlike last year. While on one hand, the fact that cost growth hasn't sped up is good, the reality is that in a down economy, it's still not great news, the firm notes. Article

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