A pattern of long-term erosion in employer-sponsored retireemedical continues, according to a Towers Perrin update on retireemedical benefits.


On the one hand, survey respondents report a strong urgency tomake changes to their retiree health plans. On the other, many areadopting a wait-and-see approach on potential changes to thepost-65 population.


In its latest report, Towers Perrin highlights rising challenges and emergingopportunities for retiree medical benefits.

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