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United Health, Cigna Differ on How Plans Will Change After Exchanges Begin
Henry J. Kaiser Family FoundationLink to more items from this source
June 4, 2010
Excerpt: United Health's CEO Stephen Hemsley said he expects companies to keep offering benefits instead of pushing people to health exchanges created in 2014 by the federal government, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. 'Under the law passed in March, companies still face costs for employees' coverage even if they buy it through the exchanges. Keeping their own plans will give employers the best chance of controlling medical expenses[.]

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