Employers are going to have to pay out an estimated $1.1B of rebates to workers whose 2011...
Wednesday, August 1, 2012, 5:11 AM ETEmployers are going to have to pay out an estimated $1.1B of rebates to workers whose 2011 health-insurance plans spent too much of their premium dollars on administration rather than medical care. The requirement goes into force today under the Healthcare Act, as does a rule forcing employers to include contraception and other women's services in workers' plans without charging fees.
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