The attack on self-funding

Long before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was first implemented in 2010, brokers have helped clients save money and avoid certain restrictions by introducing self-funded health plans as an option for business owners. For years, self-funded health plans have been a smart alternative for these clients to reduce their overall cost of benefits for their employees, and to have close, hands-on management of their plan by working with a third party administrator. 

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