Keep Health Care Costs Down Regardless of Looming Legislation

More than half of small business owners identified health care costs as a “critical issue,” according to a report from the NFIB Research Foundation. And business owners are in an uneasy state because health laws could change at any time. Is there anything you can do to help keep health care costs under control, regardless of what goes down in Washington, D.C.? Yes. Here are four things that will make a difference:

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4 thoughts on “Keep Health Care Costs Down Regardless of Looming Legislation

  1. Among the many questions whirling through my head: how does the EHL family’s health care experience differ between the United States and the Confederation Helvetica? (Ha! You thought I didn’t know what the “CH” sticker on the back of Swiss cars meant, eh?)

    1. I should do a Swiss Saturday on health insurance, but I should probably check and see if Parker has good health insurance because he’ll have a heart attack. 🙂

      The short version is, I think the Swiss system is excellent, but probably not easily scalable.

  2. All great suggestions but most of these are only offered in white collared employee healthcare programs. These should be available on all healthcare programs, especially when the notion idea of insurers, is that the healthy pay for the small % who use the majority of services. There needs to be a benefit to paying for healthcare services besides the future need of coverage, all payees need a present tense benefit for keeping healthy as these programs suggest.

    1. the healthy pay for the small % who use the majority of services

      That is how insurance works. You are paying someone else to take the financial risk.

      Do you really want to get your money’s worth from your health insurance? I sure don’t. I would be very happy if I never have to file a claim for the rest of my life and all my premiums are used to pay for someone else’s claims.

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