Health care spending concept illustration Over a third of respondents offer different delivery systems for their different offices, depending on local employees’ needs.

Look for employers to adopt alternatives to the traditional health plan offering over the next three years, a study by Willis Towers Watson suggests. The research firm surveyed 397 employers in August and September, and found almost three-quarters of employers plan to adopt a new health care delivery model over that time span.

“The cracks in our health care system are much more visible than they were just a few years ago,” according to Julie Stone, managing director of Health and Benefits at Willis Towers Watson. “No longer satisfied with traditional strategies, an increasing number of employers are searching for ways to better manage quality of health care with emerging and more cost-effective delivery options.”

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