Health Care Delivery Crisis In Corporate America

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John J. Lucas



This paper examines the health care delivery crisis that has emerged in corporate America. Health care costs now account for 17% of the total GDP with the United States spending two trillion in health care costs (Herzlinger, 2007). The paper also discusses the major strategies that business leaders have implemented to reduce health care delivery costs while maintaining quality care for their employees. The effectiveness of these strategies to contain health care costs will also be addressed.


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