SPOTLIGHT: Few employers review health plan quality

Health plan quality is apparently not one of the main criteria that affect which health plan an employer chooses. Just 34 percent of firms employing at least 200 people and 5 percent of firms employing between three and 199 people reported reviewing performance indicators of plans' clinical and service quality, the Wall Street Journal reports. The data comes from a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research and Educational Trust. Article

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