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Employers must take ownership of their role in proving health care access and seriously consider the financial and societal impact of high-cost, low-quality health plans on their employees. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As was the case for most of the last couple decades, the cost of health care continued to climb in 2018. This past year, the average employer-sponsored family plan, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, approached $20,000, and there’s yet another five percent increase expected for 2019.

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