Most large employers will make changes to their health benefits next year to comply with health care reform and to manage anticipated cost increases.

The survey from the National Business Group on Health was conducted before the Department of Health and Human Services issued final rules in June on grandfathered health plans. The nonprofit organization surveyed 72 of the nation's largest corporations.

Although wary of making too many changes, more than half (53 percent) of employers will revise their benefit plans; one-fifth are scaling back the changes they had planned and the same amount aren't changing anything.

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