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Only 8 percent of employers think it’s likely they’ll drop health coverage for their workers. But, according to a new survey by Oliver Wyman, many believe costs are unsustainable and are looking for something other than traditional health insurance models.

Forty-two percent of the responding 1,300 employers want to maintain the status quo, and 50 percent said they’ll continue to offer insurance, but with major changes. That’s because rates of medical inflation are quickly going up, and more than half would find it unsustainable even if medical inflation fell by five points.

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