Only 19 percent of employers say they will likely change their plan offerings in the next two years. (Photo: iStock)

Employers are nearly united in their concerns about rising health costs but are divided in how they respond to the challenge.

A survey of 1,500 benefit decision makers, commissioned by the Transamerica Center for Health Studies and conducted by Harris Poll, finds that 80 percent are concerned about the affordability of health insurance, while 78 percent are troubled by the rising cost of health care expenses.

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