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Pills leaning against coinsDrug prices are an area ripe for reform, as 90% of employers say they represent a significant threat to affordability.

The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t yet had an impact on employers’ health plan strategies, according to a survey by the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions. The report found 61% of employers will continue with their current strategy in 2021, and 10% are accelerating their strategy. Looking farther ahead, 55% of employers expect to maintain their strategy in 2022, and 8% anticipate acceleration.

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The survey was conducted in August and September among 165 employers around the country.

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