Faith in value-based design

May 2010
Employee Benefit Adviser;May2010, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p14
The article focuses on "Value-Based Design 2009," a study produced by the Center for Health Value Innovation and conducted by Buck Consultants. The study confirms that employers believe that value-based design enhances employee and productivity. The experience of companies of all sizes and all sectors who had a value-based design in place for two or more years was examined by the study.


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