Despite ObamaCare's promise for better quality care at lower costs, nearly three-fourths of employers remain convinced health care reform will lead to higher costs for employer-sponsored benefit programs and health care services in general, and more than half believe it will reduce available benefits and lower the quality of health care.

This is according to results of an employer survey released Wednesday by Towers Watson and the National Business Group on Health.

A separate Towers Watson survey of U.S. employees found workers believe health reform will not only lead to higher costs, but decrease the quality of care and reduce the benefits available to them.

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