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Master of Business Administration
Businesses of all sizes will have to work together to adequately address controlling their health care costs. At the present time, large corporations have options available to them to control their health care costs, but these options will not be sufficient in the long-term. Since smaller businesses are increasingly declining to provide health insurance to their employees, the result is the growth of the working uninsured who will become a problem that cannot easily be contained and will affect the ability of large corporations to address their health care costs. The dilemma that American business faces is the need to develop strategies to work together to address the costs of health care, something that runs against the grain of individual companies that believe they can solve their own health care costs and do so in ways that will help them and will not adversely affect others.
Cernik, Joseph A., "The Dilemma for American Business Regarding Health Care Reform" (1996). Theses. 501.
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