Coins balanced on beam Employees, who reflect a diverse set of economic priorities and various preferences, would choose for themselves between pretax dollars for health insurance and after-tax take-home pay. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The $962 billion that large corporations spend annually for employee health insurance could hold the key to expanding access to quality, affordable care, according to a Health Affairs blog.

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